Still a lot of conflicts that are labeled as "ongoing" in this disturbing but useful project: 100 Years of World Cuisine helps us to visualize and understand the context of global carnage.
These alternative types of research and information are important to bring more awareness to plights that are traditionally reserved for the minds of scholars and experts. I also appreciate how the project team (Clara Kayser-Bril, Nicolas Kayser-Bril and Marion Kotlarski) reminds the viewer: "This project remains artistic in scope and does not aim at scientificity. It sheds another light and, perhaps, restores meaning."
While all dates and figures may not fully be agreed upon, and it's pretty impossible to list every single world conflict, this gives a helpful overview of the many issues that still linger today. More description, and how to purchase the poster, can be found at 100 Years of World Cuisine.