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Crisis management

Crisis management aims to ensure comprehensive control of critical situations. Fundamental phases of the crisis management cycle are mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. In some conceptions, crisis management is a part of safety management, in others the term crisis management is only used for controlling critical situations caused by disasters. In the EU, crisis management is also used to denote external action, including Commission and Council instruments, civil and military instruments, as well as civil-military interaction.

References#

  • Boin, A. & McConnell, A.: Preparing for Critical Infrastructure Breakdowns. The Limits of Crisis Management and the Need for Resilience, in: Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 15 (2007): 50-59.
  • Gourlay, C.: EU Civilian Crisis Management: preparing for flexible and rapid response, in: European Security Review no. 25/2005: 5-8.
  • Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.
  • Sánchez, M.A.: The EU’s Military Crisis Management Operations: Petersberg Tasks and International Peace. Saarbrücken: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011.
  • http://eeas.europa.eu/cfsp/crisis_management/index_de.htm (European External Action Service)
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