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ASIAN STATE

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

OBJECT NUMBER

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

YEAR

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

SHARED COLONIAL BACKGROUND

a. Definition: Existence of a shared colonial background for each state in an Asian dyad where both states were part of the same colonial empire, or where one maintained the other as a colony for any length of time in the post-1600 period.... (view details)

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

SHARED RACIAL BACKGROUND

a. Definition: The existence of two Asian states in an Asian dyad of majorities (more than 50% of the population) which are of the same race. "Racial" here implies people who have had a distinct cultural and ethnic identity for several cen... (view details)

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

SHARED RELIGION

a. Definition: The existence of two Asian states in an Asian dyad of majorities (more than 50% of the population) which practice the same religion. Major religions are only considered here. Distinctions among sects (the various Christian c... (view details)

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

SHARED BORDER

a. Definition: The existence of a common land border of whatever length for two Asian states in an Asian dyad. b. Measurement: A nomical scale is used to record the presence (1) or absence (0) of a shared border for each Asian dyad. Geogra... (view details)

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

AIR DISTANCE BETWEEN ASIAN STATE CAPITLS

a Definition: The shortest commercial airline distance bewteen Asian state capitals. b. Measurement: The shortest number of commercial airline miles, in hundreds, required to travel between one Asian state capital and another. If a direct ... (view details)

Taken from: Shared Characteristics of Asian Dyads, 1969.

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