United Nations Roll Call Data Series RSS

Investigator(s): Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)

The United Nations Roll Call series was developed by ICPSR from the official records of the meetings of the main committees of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Data for the most recent sessions were primarily derived from the United States state department records of the United Nations roll calls. ICPSR has in its holdings United Nations Roll Call data for the period 1946-1985. A major purpose of this data series was to provide for the analysis over time of world opinion on issues and concerns raised by members of the international community, while also allowing for the study of the dynamics through which alliances and factions are formed within and between nations of the world. The collection consists of roll calls voted upon in the United Nations. It is a composite of political debates and world opinions of the post-1945 international community. Roll calls for the 30th-40th Plenary Sessions of the United Nations reflect the Singer-Small national number coding scheme described in Melvin Small and J. David Singer, RESORT TO ARMS.

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2010
Fausett, Elizabeth,  Volgy, Thomas J. Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and interstate conflict: Parsing out IGO effects for alternative dimensions of conflict in postcommunist space. International Studies Quarterly. 54, (1), 79-101.
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2008
Ballaa, Eliana,  Reinhardt, Gina Yannitell . Giving and receiving foreign aid: Does conflict count?. World Development. 36, (12), 2566-2585.
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2000
Voeten, Erik . Clashes in the assembly. International Organization. 54, (2), 185 -
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1999
Berkovitch, Nitza,  Bradley, Karen . The Globalization of Women's Status: Consensus/Dissensus in the World Polity. Sociological Perspectives. 42, (3), 481 -
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1998
Alesina, Alberto,  Dollar, David . Who Gives Foreign Aid to Whom and Why?. NBER Working Paper Series. 6612, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1998
Gartzke, Erik . Kant we all just get along? Opportunity, willingness, and the origins of the democratic peace. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (1), 1-27.
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1996
James, Peggy Ann,  Imai, Kunihiko . Measurement of competition between powers: The cases of the United States and the U.S.S.R.. Journal of Politics. 58, (4), 1103-1131.
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1996
Kim, Soo Yeon,  Russett, Bruce . The new politics of voting alignments in the United Nations General Assembly. International Organization. 50, (4), 629-652.
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1994
Sislin, John . Arms as Influence: The Determinants of Successful Influence. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 38, (4), 665-689.
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1993
Dixon, William J.,  Moon, Bruce E. Political Similarity and American Foreign Trade Matters. Political Research Quarterly. 46, (1), 5-25.
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