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What the Ottoman Empire can teach us about the consequences of climate change – and how drought can uproot peoples and fuel warfare

By Andrea Duffy, Director of International Studies, Colorado State University
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Drought has been a threat multiplier for centuries, fueling conflict and migration from the time of the Ottoman Empire to Syria today.

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