Holocaust Museum Aims to Prevent Mass Killings (‘Newsweek’)


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“The Early Warning Project—launched publicly on Monday by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide and the Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College—uses a combination of statistical analysis and expert opinions to try to gauge the risk of new mass killing episodes in countries around the world, and to turn the conversation to one of prevention rather than just response,” reports Newsweek.

One of the architects of the project is Dartmouth’s Benjamin Valentino, an associate professor of government whom the museum’s Cameron Hudson describes as “probably the foremost expert on mass killing and onsets of mass killing in the world.”

Read the full story, published 9/24/15 by Newsweek.

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