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Keywords: Civil-Military Cooperation, Humanitarian response, Organizations, Emergencies, Conflict

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Abstract

Although some critics contend that Civil-Military Cooperation is incompatible with humanitarian values, evidence suggests that such cooperation is essential, this paper critically evaluate the rationale for humanitarian actors and the military working cooperatively with each other as a part of humanitarian response” the paper is presented through the consideration of concepts and theories around the theme as well as the historical events that shaped Civil- military Cooperation.

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Msc, D. W. B. (2016). The Rational for Civil-Military Cooperation as Part of Humanitarian Response. RA Journal Of Applied Research, 2(10), 665-669. Retrieved from http://rajournals.in/index.php/rajar/article/view/384