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Co-edited by Simon Butt and Luke Nottage (University of Sydney Law School) and Hitoshi Nasu (Australian National University, College of Law), the book outlines the regulatory environment for disaster prevention and management in a broad social, economic and political context, and addresses the increasingly important roles played by international law and regional regimes for cross-border cooperation in disaster prevention and relief, including the functions played by military forces.
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