W.H. Moore’s Conflict Links Page
- Professional Associations
- Some Violent Conflict Data Sources
- The Integrated Network for Societal Conflict Research (INSCR) is hosted by Monte Marshall’s Center for Systemic Peace project. It makes a number of useful datasets available, most famously, the Polity IV data.
- The Cingranelli and Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data Set contains standards-based quantitative information on government respect for 13 internationally recognized human rights for 162 countries, annually from 1981-2003.
- The START Center at University of Maryland hosts the Global Terrorism Data Project.
- The World Handbook IV project contains annual cross-national violence data. It is based on the IDEA project.
- Gary King makes available data from the IDEA project that he calls the International Dyadic Events data. It is domestic and international data covering the 1990s.
- The Uppsala Conflict Data Project’s Armed Conflict 1946-2002 data set contains cross-national data on domestic and international conflicts in which at least 25 people are killed annually.
- The Political Terror Scale data provides a cross-national coding of violations of physical integrity rights covering the years 1980-2006.
- Arthur Banks’ Cross-National Time-Series Archive has some measures of violence from 1815 through the 1990s.
- Gregory Saxton’s Spanish Nationalist Contentious Politics archive contains sub-national level data about Spain.
- Information Resources
- ReliefWeb, United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs.
- United Nations High Comission on Refugees.
- INCORE, the Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity, a joint initiative of the University of Ulster and the United Nations University.
- ISN, International Security Network.
- WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources
- Dispatches from Quatrom Refugee Camp, Albania.
- Some Human Rights Links
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