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No link between a warming climate and the war in Syria

The latest issue of the journal Political Geography explores the alleged link between a warming climate and recent armed conflicts. A study by Professors Jan Selbya, Omar S. Dahib, Christiane Fröhlich and Mike Hulme, shows that it is beyond any doubt whatsoever, that there is no link between climate change and the war in Syria. From the beginning of the “Arab Spring”, a number of experts have declared that these events were provoked by different factors such as sudden migratory movements or, (.
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