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Recent Posts

Sep 29, 2014

Putting the Hong Kong protests in the context of violent state crackdowns and the potential for a mass atrocity.

Sep 15, 2014

Since 2009, violence in Xinjiang has largely been limited. This year, however, Xinjiang has seen a dramatic increase in violence and with it the potential for, if not the occurrence of, an episode of state-led mass killing.

May 19, 2014

A summary of the output of the Expert Opinion Pool, one of the Early Warning Project's two major forecasting streams that covers most of the questions we’ve asked so far about potential new episodes of mass killing before 2015.

Jan 13, 2014

In a recent post, I noted that 2013 had distinguished itself in a dismal way, by producing more new episodes of mass killing than any other year since the early 1990s. Now let’s talk about why.

About the Expert Warning Project Blog

The Early Warning Project blog provides regular analysis of at-risk countries and evolving situations around the world.

The Early Warning Project blog features posts in several categories, including our annual Statistical Risk Assessments and occasional updates to them; alerts about, and analysis of, forecasts from our Expert Opinion Pool; reactions to relevant news from specific countries and regions; pointers to interesting new research on mass killing and prevention; and interviews with members of the genocide prevention community.

If you are interested in writing a guest post on our blog, please be in touch.