UCDP Battle-Related Deaths Dataset

UCDP Battle-Related Deaths Dataset v.5-2012b, 1989-2011

Content: a conflict-year and dyad-year dataset with information on the number of battle-related deaths in the conflicts from 1989-2011 that appear in the UCDP/PRIO Armed Conflict Dataset. The most recent version is version 5.0.

Latest presentation of the data: Sundberg, Ralph. 2008. "Collective Violence 2002 - 2007: Global and Regional Trends." In Harbom, Lotta and Ralph Sundberg (eds.). States in Armed Conflict 2007. Uppsala: Universitetstryckeriet.

Using the data: When using the data, please cite the "UCDP Battle-Related Deaths Dataset v.5-2012, Uppsala Conflict Data Program, www.ucdp.uu.se, Uppsala University", and, when applicable, the UCDP Battle-Related Deaths Dataset Codebook.

 

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Version History v.5-2012b

 

Latest update: 16 October 2012

 


Older versions

UCDP Battle-related deaths dataset v5-2012, 1989-2011

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Version History v.5-2012

 

UCDP Battle-related deaths dataset v5-2011, 1989-2010

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Version History v.5-2011

 

UCDP Battle-related deaths dataset v5-2010, 1989-2008

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UCDP Battle-related deaths dataset v5 2002-2007

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Codebook

 

UCDP Battle-Deaths Dataset v.4.1, 2002-2005

Latest update: 1 December 2006

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Definitions, methods, sources

 

UCDP Battle-Deaths Dataset 2002-2003

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Definitions, methods, sources 

 

 

 

 

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Press release on the publication of UCDP’s report on states in armed conflict

A press release was issued on 27 December following the publication of UCDP’s annual report, States in Armed Conflict. This year the report includes an in-depth exploration of peace agreements. After the end of the Cold War, the 1990s and the first years of the 2000s saw numerous peace accords concluded, ending protracted conflicts such as those in Mozambique and Sudan. Since 2008 there has been a marked decline in the number of peace agreements, however, which is a cause of concern.

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