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Urban planning after war, disaster and disintegration
This book concerns the relationship between urban planning on the one hand, and war, natural disaster and societal or political disintegration on the other. The supposition is that one may mitigate the other. The book recounts the author's professional experience of specific cases of disaster (earthquake and flood) in the Philippines, war in Bosnia, Afghanistan and South Sudan, and disintegration in Albania and Ireland. He identifies the key themes in urban and regional planning, which these case studies illustrate.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xviii(18)
Author: Yarwood, John

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Introduction
pp. 1-19(19)
Author: Yarwood, John

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War in Mostar
pp. 65-95(31)
Author: Yarwood, John

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Wars in Kabul and South Sudan
pp. 97-128(32)
Author: Yarwood, John

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Disintegration in Albania
pp. 129-175(47)
Author: Yarwood, John

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Dublin and Belfast Integrated as a Mega-City Region
pp. 177-203(27)
Author: Yarwood, John

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pp. 205-211(7)
Author: Yarwood, John

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