Early Warning: Much Ado About Nothing?
AbstractThis article provides a critical view of the history of early warning as well as existing early warning efforts. The author scrutinizes the "early earning debate," including what early warning is and who the actors might be. The paper surveys existing efforts on early warning from a critical perspective and raises many questions concerning the institutional obstacles that still need to be addressed before we can arrive at a functional early warning mechanism for the purpose of conflict prevention.
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