Taking Sides or Saving Lives: Existential Choices for the Humanitarian Enterprise in Iraq: Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Iraq Country Study

Hansen, Greg
2007

Paper dated June, 2007. Iraq places the frailties and fault-lines of the humanitarian enterprise in stark relief. Perhaps more than any other highly politicized context, Iraq has fuelled a defensiveness and sense of existential threat among many in the humanitarian profession. And yet, while Iraqis have paid long and dearly for the flaws in the international humanitarian apparatus, evidence from g... read more

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War on Terrorism, 2001-
Humanitarianism
Terrorism
Human Rights
Iraq War, 2003-
Iraq
Coalition Provisional Authority
International Committee of the Red Cross
International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies
Multi-National Force-Iraq
United Nations
UN. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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