Historical data analytics of armed conflicts worldwide.
This project analyzes historical data of armed conflicts, and characterizes current world conflicts, with the aim to predict e.g. how long conflict last, casualties, factors contributing to the initiation and ending of conflicts. The analysis will seek correlations with types of countries, religion, types of parties in conflict, casualties etc.
References & Data
- Peace Research Institute Oslo
- Stanford University, Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC)
- ESOC Tables
- United Nations field missions
- Dashboard from the Uppsala Conflict Data Program
- ACLED Database
Dashboard characterizing violent conflicts in countries currently covered by a United Nations Peace or Political Mission.
- Suggested initial countries for rapid prototyping: Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan
- Suggested datasources above
Dashboard on trends regarding peace and security in Lebanon with a focus on the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701 (2006) and the spillover effects of the armed conflict in Syria.
- Suggested datasources based on UN Security Council reports and other public data
- Further details about the outline of the project here