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Peace and Conflict

Year 2008

A Macro-Comparative Analysis Of The Problem Of Factionalism In Emerging Democracies 
Monty G. Marshall
George Mason University
and Benjamin R. Cole of New Hampshire
Prepared for delivery at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Boston, August 29, 2008

Global Report on Conflict, Governance and State Fragility
Monty G. Marshall and Benjamin R. Cole, George Mason University

Content:

  • 1.Global Trends and Systems Analysis
  • 1.a Global Governance
  • 1.b Global Armed Conflict
  • 1.c Global Development
  • 1.d Concluding Remarks
  • 2. The State Fragility Index and Matrix 2008


Year 2007

Global Report on Conflict, Governance and State Fragility
Monty G. Marshall and Jack Goldstone, George Mason University

Content:

  • 1.Global Trends and Systems Analysis
  • 1.a Global Governance
  • 1.b Global Armed Conflict
  • 1.c Global Development
  • 1.d Good-Performance Regional Sub-Systems
  • 1.e Middle-Performance Regional Sub-Systems
  • 1.f Poor-Performance Regional Sub-Systems
  • 1.g The Global System
  • 2. The State Fragility Index and Matrix

State Fragility Index
Center for Systematic Peace

Military Expenditures Today
SIPRI

Content:

  • World military spending in 2006
  • Regional military expenditure, 1988-2006
  • Shares of world military spending by country 2006
  • US military expenditure
  • Major spenders, trends 1988-2006
  • Defence burden
  • Military and social expenditure data


Year 2006

Consolidated Case List 1995-2006
Political Instabiltity Task Force (PITF)
For Malysia please see page 9 and 13.

Authority Trends Malaysia ( 1957-2006)
Center for Systematic Peace

Democracy and Globalisation
Barry Eichengreen and David Leblang
Bank for International Settlements


Year 2005

Peace and Conflict Report
University of Maryland
Centre for International Development and Conflict Management
Monty G. Marshall and Ted Robert Gurr

Content:

  • Introduction
  • Peace and Conflict Ledger
  • Global Trends in Violent Conflict
  • Global Trends in Democratization
  • Self-Determination Movements and Their Outcomes
  • The Decline of Ethnic Political Discrimination, 1950-2003
  • Focus on Political Instability in Africa
  • Assessing Risks of Genocide and Politicide
  • Global Terrorism: An Overview and Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix


Year 2003

Peace and Conflict Report
University of Maryland
Centre for International Development and Conflict Management
Monty G. Marshall and Ted Robert Gurr

Content:

  • Introduction
  • Peace and Conflict Ledger
  • Global Trends in Violent Conflict
  • Global Trends in Democratization
  • Self-Determination Movements and Their Outcomes
  • The Anti-Globalization Movement
  • International Crises
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix

Geographic Opportunity and Neomalthusian Willingness:Boundaries, Shared Rivers, and Conflict
Kathryn Furlong & Nils Petter Gleditsch
Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia & Center for the Study of Civil War, International Peace Research
Institute, Oslo (PRIO)

Content:

  • Opportunity, Willingness, and Conflict
  • Water Conflict?
  • Hypotheses
  • Research Design
  • Data
  • Results
  • Conclusions


Year 2001

Peace and Conflict Report
University of Maryland
Centre for International Development and Conflict Management
Monty G. Marshall, Ted Robert Gurr and Deepa Khosla

Content:

  • Introduction
  • Peace and Conflict Ledger
  • Global Trends in Violent Conflict
  • Global Trends in Democratization
  • Self-Determination Movements and Their Outcomes
  • From Autocracy Toward Democracy
  • Policy Implications
  • Appendix

State Fragilty Index
Center for Systematic Peace


Year 2000

Women in War and Peace
United States Institute of Peace
Donna Ramsey Marshall

Content:

  • Summary
  • Introduction: Women in War and Peace
  • Women in Conflict: Colombia, Israel and Palestine, and Somalia
  • Actions to Empower Women’s Movements
  • Women in Peace: South Africa, Latin America, and Northern Ireland
  • Conclusions


Year 1999

Gender Empowerment and the Willingness of States to Use Force
Center for Systematic Peace
Monty G. Marshall
University of Maryland
and
Donna Ramsery Marshall
Center for Systematic Peace

Content:

  • Introduction
  • Contending explanations of the use of force
  • Testing explanations of the use force
  • Data sources and variables
  • Independent and Control Variables
  • Reproting the results
  • The MIDAV Regression Tables
  • The GEM Regression Tables
  • Some conclusions
  • Notes
  • Appendix A: Descriptive statistics
  • Appendix B: Analytic categories
  • References 


Year 1995

State Fragility
Center for Systematic Peace

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