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Attitudes - Pathways to international social stability

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Environmental health risk assessment methodology for overseas military deployment

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Seismic risk management using soft and hard measures: Seismic retrofitting and catastrophe bonds

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Global gridlock: The American presidency and the framing of international environmentalism, 1988-2000

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An insurance approach for preventing financial crises1

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Multiple edifice-collapse events in the Eastern Mexican Volcanic Belt: The role of sloping substrate and implications for hazard assessment

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Natural disasters, political risk and insurance market development

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The apocalypse on Twitter

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Catastrophic collapse of the volcanic island of Hierro 15 ka ago and the history of landslides in the Canary Islands

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