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NECSI studies the geography of ethnic violence, from Yemen to Switzerland.
Peace for Syria
. Y. Bar-Yam (September 21, 2015).
Good fences: The importance of setting boundaries for peaceful coexistence
. A. Rutherford, D. Harmon, J. Werfel, S. Bar-Yam, A.S. Gard-Murray, A. Gros, Y. Bar-Yam (May 21, 2014).
Swiss-ification: Syria's best hope for peace
. Y. Bar-Yam, C. Friedman (September 4, 2013).
Conflict in Yemen: From ethnic fighting to food riots
. A. Gros, A.S. Gard-Murray, Y. Bar-Yam (July 24, 2012).
Global pattern formation and ethnic/cultural violence
. M. Lim, R. Metzler, and Y. Bar-Yam (September 14, 2007).
Global control, ethnic violence and terrorism, from
Making Things Work
. Y. Bar-Yam. Chapter 16. Knowledge Press, 2005.
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