Graphs and Tables: Report 2009/2010

Graphs published in the Human Security Report 2009/2010 are provided in PDF format, and the associated data are provided in Excel worksheets. Tables published in the Human Security Report 2009/2010 are provided in Excel worksheets.

Part I: The Causes of Peace


Chapter 1: Why International Wars Have Become Increasingly Rare

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Figure 1.1 Average Number of International Conflicts per Year, 1950-2008
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Figure 1.2 Reported Battle Deaths per State-Based Armed Conflict: International Conflicts versus Intrastate Conflicts, 1946-2008 Data
Figure 1.3 The Rising Tide of Democracy, 1946-2008
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Figure 1.4 Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries, 1970-2008
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Chapter 3: The East Asian Peace

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Figure 3.1 East Asia: Conflict Years
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Figure 3.2 Trends in State-Based Armed Conflicts: East Asia versus the Rest of the World, 1946-2008
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Figure 3.3 Trends in Reported Battle Deaths from State-Based Armed Conflicts: East Asia versus the Rest of the World, 1946-2008
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Figure 3.4 Trends in Reported Battle Deaths from State-Based Armed Conflicts in East Asia by Type, 1946-2008
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Figure 3.5 Trends in State-Based Armed Conflicts in East Asia by Type, 1946-2008
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Figure 3.6 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per Capita and the Risk of Armed Conflict
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Figure 3.7 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per Capita and State-Based Armed Conflicts in East Asia, 1950-2008
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Chapter 4: Explaining the Global Decline in Civil Wars

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Figure 4.1 UN (United Nations) Peacemaking Initiatives, 1989-2003
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Figure 4.2 Groups of Friends and Other Mechanisms, 1956-2007
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Figure 4.3 UN (United Nations) and Non-UN Peacekeeping Operations (PKOs), 1948-2007
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Figure 4.4 Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) Operations, 1989-2008
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Figure 4.5 Troop-Contributing Countries to Peacekeeping Operations (PKOs), 1970-2007
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Figure 4.6 Countries Targeted by Multilateral Sanctions Regimes, 1960–2008
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Part II: The Shrinking Costs of War


Chapter 6: The Paradox of Mortality Rates that Decline in Wartime

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Figure 6.1 Periods of War and Under-Five Mortality Rates (U5MRs), 1970-2008
Afghanistan, Algeria, Colombia Data
Ethiopia, Russia, Rwanda, Vietnam Data
Figure 6.2 Under-Five Mortality Rates (U5MRs): Sub-Saharan Africa, Developing Countries and Industrialized Countries, 1990 and 2008 Data
Figure 6.3 Organized Violence and Immunization Coverage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 1990–2007 Data
Figure 6.4 Humanitarian Aid per Person Displaced, 1990-2006 Data
Figure 6.5 Average Number of Battle Deaths per Conflict per Year, 1950–2007 Data
Figure 6.6 Battle Deaths per Year per Million of World Population, 1950-2007 Data
     
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Table 6.1 Increases in the Under-Five Mortality Rate (U5MR) by Country-Year in War, 1970–2008 Data
Table 6.2 Increases in the Under-Five Mortality Rate (U5MR) during War by Country, 1970–2008
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Chapter 7: The Death Toll in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Figure 7.1 Under-Five Mortality Rate (U5MR) Estimates for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 1970–2004
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Table 7.1 Excess Deaths in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 2001–2007: International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Human Security Report Project (HSRP) Estimates Data

Chapter 8: Can Retrospective Mortality Surveys Be Used to Determine Excess Death Tolls?

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Figure 8.1 Calculating Excess Mortality with a Constant Pre-War Mortality Rate
Figure 8.2 Calculating Excess Mortality with a Declining Pre-War Mortality Rate
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Calculating Excess Mortality with an Increasing Pre-War Mortality Rate

Part III: Trends in Human Insecurity


Chapter 10: State-Based Armed Conflict

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Figure 10.1 Trends in State-Based Armed Conflicts by Type, 1946–2008
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Figure 10.2 Trends in the Number of Wars, 1946–2008 Data
Figure 10.3 Regional Trends in State-Based Armed Conflicts, 1946–2008
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Figure 10.4 Trends in Reported Battle Deaths from State-Based Armed Conflicts by Region, 1946–2008
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Figure 10.5 The AKUF Conflict Dataset, 1946–2008
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Figure 10.6 The Societal Impact of Warfare, 1946–2008
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Figure 10.7 Number of Conflict Onsets versus Conflict Terminations per Year, 1950–2007
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Figure 10.8 Percentage of Failed Peace Agreements, Three-Year Moving Average, 1990–2002
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Figure 10.9 Trends in Conflict Onsets That Were Followed by at Least 10 Consecutive Years of Fighting, 1946–1998
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Table 10.1 Countries Involved in the Greatest Number of State-Based Armed Conflicts, 1946-2008
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Table 10.2 Countries with the Greatest Number of Conflict Years, 1946-2008 Data
Table 10.3 State-Based Armed Conflict Terminations, 1950-2003 Data

Chapter 11: Non-State Armed Conflict

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Figure 11.1 Trends in Non-State Armed Conflicts by Region, 2002–2008
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Figure 11.2 Reported Battle Deaths from Non-State Armed Conflicts by Region, 2002–2008
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Figure 11.3 Duration of Non-State Armed Conflicts, 2002–2008
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Figure 11.4 Number of Non-State Conflicts by Country, 2002–2008
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Chapter 12: Deadly Assaults on Civilians

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Figure 12.1 Regional Trends in Campaigns of One-Sided Violence, 1989-2008

Global, Sub-Saharan Africa, Americas, Central & South Asia Data
Middle East & North Africa, Europe, East & Southeast Asia Data
Figure 12.2 Number of Campaigns of One-Sided Violence by Region, 1989-2008
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Figure 12.3 Trends in Reported Deaths from One-Sided Violence, Three-Year Moving Average, 1989-2008
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Figure 12.4 Percentage of Reported Deaths from One-Sided Violence Perpetrated by Non-State Actors, 1989–2008
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Table 12.1 Perpetrators of the Greatest Number of Reported Deaths from One-Sided Violence, 1989-2008
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