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Afghanistan Casualty Trend

An earlier article speculating in the causes for the intra-annual casualty trend: https://thecivilisingmission.com/2010/04/05/fighting-season-in-afghanistan/ Source: icasualties.org …

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The Sierra Leone Civil War

As a direct consequence of the abolitionist movement’s campaigns in Britain, the settlement called Freetown was founded 1787 for emancipated slaves. Initially consisting of the so-called black poor from Britain and Nova Scotia, it later would become home for the … Continue reading

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Fighting Season in Afghanistan

Is there any relationship between labour demand in Afghanistan’s agricultural sector and Taliban activity? Co-variation between casualty data and temperature statistics suggest there might be a link. There is a clear upward trend in NATO fatalities in this particular conflict, … Continue reading

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