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Radical connections: Rethinking cumulative radicalization from tree to rhizome. Christophe Busch
Evidence based policy making in Europe: Consequences of Brexit. Prof. Ragnar Löfstedt
Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy Dr. Timothy Summers
Effective communication during attacks and terrorist threats in Belgium Peter Mertens
Coordinated crisis communication: lessons learned in Sweden Stina Wessling
You ask for safety, you get a bureaucracy Prof. Sidney Dekker
Organizational safety and pre-accident investigations: an introduction Dr. Todd Conklin
Crisis Leadership: 10 lessons about leadership, identity, creativity Bert Brugghemans
Trying not to ruin everything: The critical role of legal counsel in advising an organization undergoing crisis Dr. Charlie Madison
Experiences from real crises: Lessons to be learned Prof. Dr. Nigel Lightfoot
Complexity in Practice: Re-imagining Disaster Incubation Theory Dr. Mike Lauder
Stakeholder involvement: Communicating risk without risk communication Prof. Dr. José Manuel Palma-Oliveira
Managing Complex Interactive Processes Dr. Hugo Marynissen and Prof. Juan Manuel Dominguez
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