Monthly Archives: November 2015

CCVW: National Violence Monitoring System (Indonesia)

This is a joint post with Christian Davenport. At the most recent session of the Conflict Consortium Virtual Workshop (CCVW) we introduced a new initiative to focus not on a paper but a new dataset – a CCVW, Data Feature. … Continue reading

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A Quick Bit on the DA-RT Kerfuffle

Regarding DA-RT: Are we better off or worse off, as a species, for the Convention Against Torture?  It may surprise many that I am not terribly sure.  It’s a tough question to answer in no small part because there are … Continue reading

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A Moral Hazard in Counter-Terror Policy?

Do restrictions on civil liberties reduce terror attacks? Earlier this week the CC Virtual Workshop featured Tiberiu Dragu‘s paper, “The Moral Hazard of Terrorism Prevention.” Regrettably, technical issues prevented us from recording the session to YouTube. That aside, we had … Continue reading

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