In Global Humanitarianism Daniel Robert Dechaine undertakes an
historical-cultural analysis of humanitarian NGO rhetoric and
politics. He focuses his study specifically on M decins Sans Fronti
res and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. This book,
besides being the first of its kind, offers to the disciplines of
political science, cultural studies, and sociology a model with
which to consider the political and social roles of NGOs in the
ever-changing global community.
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