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David Rieff

established global order has been greatly exaggerated, then you will doubt that those changes are likely to pose any existential challenge to the humanitarian international, be it in terms of the efficacy of what relief groups do in the field or in terms of the political and moral legitimacy they can aspire to enjoy. But if, on the contrary, you believe that we are living in the last days of a doomed system – established in the aftermath of World War II and dominated by the US – then the humanitarian international is no more likely to survive (or to put

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
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Jewish cemetery at the Hôtel-Dieu in Lyon, France Gerstenkorn Jacques April 2017 3 3 1 1 22 22 36 36 10.7227/HRV.3.1.3 Procedural and political aspects of forensic exhumation in Brazil Guimarães Marco Aurelio Francisco Raffaela Arrabaça Evison Martin Iwamura

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╪Eichab Hans October 2018 4 4 2 2 45 45 66 66 4 10.7227/HRV.4.2.4 The homecoming of Ovaherero and Nama skulls Overriding politics and injustices Shigwedha Vilho Amukwaya October 2018 4 4 2 2 67 67 89 89 5 10.7227/HRV.4.2.5 Human remains of Ovaherero and Nama Transnational dynamics in post-genocidal restitutions Pape Elise

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1 1 1 1 Editorial Anstett Élisabeth Dreyfus Jean-Marc Fournet Caroline April 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 10.7227/HRV.1.1.1 Forensic identification and identity politics in 2004 post-tsunami Thailand: Negotiating dissolving boundaries Merli Claudia Buck

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7 7 1 1 Editorial Neale Steve Stanfield Peter December 2005 7 7 1 1 iii iii iii iii 10.7227/FS.7.1 Contributors December 2005 7 7 1 1 v v vi vi 10.7227/FS.7.2 Articles Are You Now or Have You Ever Been a Christian? The Strange History of The Robe As Political Allegory Smith Jeff

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10 2019 05 2019 20 20 1 1 21 21 35 35 10.7227/FS.20.0002 Beyond the Burden of History in Indigenous Australian Cinema Understanding Production, Humour and Political Context through Nice Coloured Girls (1987) and The Sapphires (2012) Pollock Benjin 10 2019 05 2019 20 20 1

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Elizabeth June 2005 6 6 1 1 27 27 45 45 10.7227/FS.6.3 Dossier: Chris Marker Chris Marker The Art of Memory Lupton Catherine June 2005 6 6 1 1 46 46 48 48 10.7227/FS.6.4 The Clothing of Clio Chris Marker's Poetics and the Politics of Representing History Kear Jonathan June 2005 6 6 1 1 49 49 63 63 10.7227/FS.6.6 ‘So Intensely

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Baldwin’s Pragmatist Politics in The Fire Next Time Ferriter Courtney D cferriter@gmail.com 09 2016 2 2 1 1 126 126 139 139 10.7227/JBR.2.7 Dispatches James Baldwin Biographical Dispatches on a Freedom Writer Sinitiere Phillip Luke philliplukesinitiere@gmail.com 09 2016 2 2 1 1 140 140 152 152 10.7227/JBR.2.8 Relatively Conscious The Enduring Rage of Baldwin and the Education of a White Southern

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2 2 1 1 Editorial Editor’s Introduction Espada Fernando F.Espada@savethechildren.org.uk 01 01 2020 21 9 2020 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 28 10.7227/JHA.028 Research Article Civil–Military Coordination A Framework for Measuring Effectiveness in Humanitarian Response Bollettino Vincenzo vbollett@hsph.harvard.edu Anders Birthe bianders@hsph.harvard.edu 01 01 2020 21 9 2020 2 2 1 1 3 3 10 10 29 10.7227/JHA.029 Confronting Humanitarian Insecurity The Law and Politics of Responding to Attacks against Aid Workers Brooks Julia julia

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01 2019 1 1 1 1 15 15 27 27 3 10.7227/JHA.003 The Changing Faces of UNRWA From the Global to the Local Fiddian-Qasmiyeh Elena e.fiddian-qasmiyeh@ucl.ac.uk 01 01 2019 1 1 1 1 28 28 41 41 4 10.7227/JHA.004 Report/Analysis Babel Syndrome and the New Security Doctrine of the United States Luís Fiori José jlfiori@uol.com.br 01 01 2019 1 1 1 1 42 42 45 45 5 10.7227/JHA.005 Humanitarian Politics and the Spectre of Illegitimacy Rieff David 01