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DECK 1

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

CASE NUMBER

An identification number for each conflict in the data set. These identification numbers range from 1 to 149. Cases 122, 126, and 141 have been deleted leaving a total of 146 cases. ... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

ORGANIZATION INVOLVED

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

FATALITIES (CIVIL AND MILITARY)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

DURATION OF HOSTILITIES

Years between first evidence of rival claims and settlement and/or disappearance.

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

LIKELIHOOD OF ABATEMENT FOR THREE YEARS

In the context in which the dispute arose would the parties have ended hostilities and/or reduced the fervor of their claims if left to themselves by the organization? Examples of abatement: reducing propaganda, ending... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

LIKELIHOOD OF DISAPPEARANCE

In the context in which the dispute arose would the parties have let their claims lapse (with or without a formal settlement) if left to themselves by the organization? Examples of disappearance: formal settlement, drop... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

MAJOR WAR

How likely was it that the Soviet Union and the United States would engage in a war over this issue, using nuclear weapons or massive conventional weapons on several fronts? ... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

INTENSITY SCALE

Formula for computing intensity: Var. 3 x Var. 4 (Var. 5 + Var. 6) (Var. 7)(Var. 8); maximum = 6,400

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

TYPE OF WARFARE

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

ISSUE

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

ROLE OF INTL ORG: FORUM

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

ROLE OF INTL ORG: FIELD OPERATIONS

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

SYSTEM ERA

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

POWER OF PARTIES

1 = superpower (Cox-Jacobson score: 21 up); 2 = large power (Cox-Jacobson score: 15-20); 3 = middle power (Cox-Jacobson score: 10-14); ... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

COLD WAR ALIGNMENT

Formal alliance or close diplomatic tie at time dispute was discussed by organization.

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

LEADERSHIP

Leadership is defined as "initiative plus continuing pressure to obtain organizational discussion and/or action."

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

JOINT LEADERSHIP

Secretary-general's initiative in conjunction with one or more member states

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

CONSENSUS

The extent of agreement is scaled in terms of power

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

PHASE OF SPREAD

Coded at time of submission

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

SUCCESS IN STOPPING HOSTILITIES

Did the existence and activity of the international organization contribute to the control of the conflict? Did states behave more cooperatively than they would have in the absence of organizational action? The fram... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

SUCCESS IN CONFLICT ABATEMENT 3 YEARS

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

SUCCESS IN CONFLICT SETTLEMENT

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

SUCCESS IN ISOLATING CONFLICT

Evidence of isolation: Third parties do not support disputants diplomatically or militarily when there was some chance that they might have done so. ... (view details)

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

RAW SUCCESS SCORE

Formula for computing success: Var. 20 + Var. 21 + Var. 22 + Var. 23. Maximum = 8.

Taken from: Conflict Management by International Organizations, 1945-1970.

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