Volume 25, Issue 1 (2021) The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction
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A Note from the Interim Director
Suzanne Fiederlein Ph.D.
Letter from the Editor: The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Celebrates 25 Years!
Past, Present, Future: Mine Action in Motion
Ambassador Stefano Toscano Ph.D.
Mine Action: The Early Years
Applying "All Reasonable Effort" in the Falkland Islands Mine Clearance Programme: Encouraging Efficient, Confident, and Timely Evidence-Based Land Release Decision Making
David Hewitson and Guy Marot
Landmine Clearance and Socioeconomic Development: A Study in Colombia
Oliver Ford, Amazia Zargarian, and Eric Keefer
Impact Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic on Humanitarian Demining in Colombia
Salomé Valencia Aguirre, Angela De Santis Ph.D., and Sebastián Tovar Jaramillo
Moving the Story Forward Utilizing Deminer Narratives to Increase Women’s Empowerment in Mine Action and Beyond
Mental Health: Taking a Proactive Approach to Support Staff in Mine Action
Laura Biscaglia, Abigail Jones, and Robert White
An Innovative Approach to the Mental Health Needs of Humanitarian Mine Action Personnel
Ken Falke; Bret A. Moore Psy.D., ABPP; and Richard Tedeschi, Ph.D.
Data-Driven Decision-Making in Southeast Asia
Mikael Bold and David Avenell
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Land Release and Stockpile Destruction Operations—Notes on a New Technical Note for Mine Action
Roly Evans and David Hewitson
A Virtual Reality Application for the Training of Deminers
Lynn Al Khansa, Elias Bou Saada, Rachid Maalouf, Mohammed Al-Husseini Ph.D., Ali El-Hajj Ph.D., Mohammed Baydoun Ph.D., and Hassan Ghaziri Ph.D.
Recognizing and Reducing Risks From Ammunition and Explosives
Martina Salini and Samuel Paunila
Alternatives to Open Burning and Open Detonation: The Disparity Between HMA and Commercial Best Practices
Linsey Cottrell and Kendra Dupuy
First Steps to Limiting Conflict Pollution in Central Vietnam
Allan R. Vosburgh
Measuring Explosive Munitions Use with Open-Source Data: A New Tool for Enhancing Humanitarian Mine Action
Jonathan Robinson and Christoph Baade
The Elusive “Just Enough”: Re-inventing Explosive Hazard Clearance Management in Iraq
Mark Wilkinson Ph.D.
Managing Risk Through Transparency and Cooperation: Improving Lebanon’s PSSM Capacity
Assisting Landmine Survivors in Yemen
Elise Becker and Tamara Klingsheim
Remote Sensing and Artificial Intelligence in the Mine Action Sector
Martin Jebens and Rob White
How to Implement Drones and Machine Learning to Reduce Time, Costs, and Dangers Associated with Landmine Detection
Jasper Baur, Gabriel Steinberg, Alex Nikulin Ph.D., Kenneth Chiu Ph.D., and Timothy de Smet Ph.D.
Issue 25.1 Endnotes