Datasets – conflict, war and terrorism – ucf research guides at university of central florida libraries

• Facts on International Relations & Security Trends (FIRST) “provides a federated system of databases on topics related to international relations and security, accessible through a single integrated user interface”

• SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database “offers information on all UN and non-UN peace operations conducted since 2000, including location, dates of deployment and operation, mandate, participating countries, number of personnel, costs and fatalities”

• SIPRI Military Expenditure Database “gives consistent time series on the military spending of 172 countries since 1988, allowing comparison of countries’ military spending: in local currency, at current prices; in US dollars, at constant prices and exchange rates; and as a share of GDP”

• SIPRI Arms Transfers Database “shows all international transfers in seven categories of major conventional arms since 1950, the most comprehensive publicly available source of information on international arms transfers”

• SIPRI Arms Embargoes Database “gives information on all arms embargoes that have been implemented by an international organisation, such as the EU or UN, or by a group of nations. Data recovery nyc All embargoes that are in force, or have been in force since 1998, are included”

• Cameo Event Data — “CAMEO — Conflict and Mediation Event Observations — is the new coding scheme we have developed in conjunction with our current research on third-party mediation.”

• Levant Data Set — “a compilation more than thirty years of WEIS (to 2005) and CAMEO coded data specifically targeting events relating to states within the Levant.”

• Political Instability Task Force Worldwide Atrocities Dataset — “contains about 8,000 records based on reports in international news sources of killings of five or more non-combatants anywhere in the world from January 1995 to the present.”

• Modified WEIS Event Codes — “Most of the codes that are used in the data sets produced by the KEDS project are the standard WEIS codes originally developed by Charles McClelland (see “World Event/Interaction Survey (WEIS) Project, 1966-1978″, ICPSR Study No. Database weekly 5211) However, at various points we have experimented with introducing new codes into WEIS…”

• Central Asia Data Set — “contain WEIS-coded event data for an assortment of Central Asian states, including Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbijan, Kazakstan, Kyrgistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan for the period May 1989 to July 1999.”

• Balkans Data Set — “contains WEIS-coded events for the major actors (including ethnic groups) involved in the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia from April 1989 through July 2003.”

• West Africa Data Set — “contains WEIS-coded events for the major actors in West Africa from January 1989 through February 2002. Data recovery utah The data was produced from full-story coding of Reuters articles.

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• Levant & Balkans Mediation Data Sets — “contains tab-delimited files for third-party ‘mediation episodes’ in the Levant (April 1979 – December 1998) and Balkans (June 1991 – May 1999). Database health check A mediation episode is defined as a specific mediator (e.g. R studio data recovery software USA or UN) meeting with both parties to a conflict within a period of a week; these are aggregated by month.”

• International Cooperation & Regional Conflicts Events Data — “These data sets were generated for the purpose of investigating interactions in regional conflicts. Data recovery iphone The project has traced events in several regional conflicts (each listed separately).”