This issue of the Journal will focus on landmines
in the Middle East and organizations with mine action activities in those countries. Countries
of particular interest are: Jordan Lebanon, Yemen,
Egypt, Oman, and Israel. We would also welcome landmine-related
articles about other countries in the region as such as Iran,
Libya, Syria, Iraq, Kuwait, and Algeria.
This issue will cover all aspects of humanitarian
mine action including clearance, survey, mine risk reduction, victim and
survivor assistance, and refugee/IDP issues. Success stories and areas of
socioeconomic recovery from mines are also sought.
submission: Sept. 17, 2001
all materials to:
- Articles must be no longer than 3,000
words and submitted in digital format (i.e. Microsoft Word .doc).
- Images must be scanned at 300 dpi and
submitted on CD or Zip disk.
- Line art, graphics and charts should
be scanned at 600 dpi or better.
- Original photos and graphics are
encouraged and will be returned. (Please do not embed images into
documents, as the resolution becomes unusable for printing.
- Author's contact info is requested and
should include - phone, e-mail and mailing addresses.
Journal of Mine Action
Editor: Margaret Busť
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807