(6.) Joint Publication 3-29: Foreign Humanitarian Assistance
. Washington, DC: Joint Staff, US Dept of Defense; January 3, 2014.
Thailand's government spokesman said Monday that Myanmar has widened the door to foreign humanitarian assistance
to alleviate the massive catastrophe after the military-ruled nation was severely hit by powerful cyclone earlier this month.
Looting, extortion, involvement in the trade of drugs, toxic wastes, and contraband, and the theft of foreign humanitarian assistance
-- all contributed to a dramatic deterioration of socio-economic conditions for the average Lebanese for which the militias had few answers (Harris, 1997, p.
Relevant Joint Publications (JPs) for this discussion include JP 4-02, Joint Health Services, JP 3-07, Stability, JP 3-08, Interorganizational Cooperation, JP 3-20, Security Cooperation, JP 3-28, Defense Support of Civil Authorities, JP 3-29, Foreign Humanitarian Assistance
, and JP 3-57, Civil Military Operations.
This article will examine the limited role of, and fiscal constraints upon, the Department of Defense (DoD) in providing foreign humanitarian assistance
Since the imposition of the emergency measures, Shihab said local emergency authorities have banned access to the provinces, but would seek way to facilitate foreign humanitarian assistance
Government recognizes humanitarian assistance in Federal law as assistance "meeting humanitarian needs." (19) Joint doctrine, however, separates that term into foreign humanitarian assistance
(20) to define a broad set of activities outside the United States and defense support of civil authorities for domestic activities.