Early Warning Signals for War in the News

@inproceedings{Chadefaux2014EarlyWS,
  title={Early Warning Signals for War in the News},
  author={Thomas Chadefaux},
  year={2014}
}
There have been more than 200 wars since the start of the 20th century, leading to about 35 million battle deaths. However, efforts at forecasting conflicts have so far performed poorly for lack of fine-grained and comprehensive measures of geopolitical tensions. In this article, a weekly risk index is derived by analyzing a comprehensive dataset of historical newspaper articles over the past century. News reports have the advantage of conveying information about contemporaries’ interpretation… CONTINUE READING

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