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Geospatial Intelligence: Climate Cycles Drive Civil Wars

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August 31, 2011

Geospatial Intelligence: Climate Cycles Drive Civil Wars

Natural climate cycles seem to have a striking influence on war and peace around the equator. Tropical countries face double the risk of armed conflict and civil war breaking out during warm, dry El Niño years than during cooler La Niña years, according to an analysis published in Nature.