More than 93,000 data points have been added to the 2014 edition of the CNTS Data Archive, comprising a major update now with well over 1.7 million data points. Our unique Domestic Conflict Event Data for every country are current with 2013 data. They include:

General Strikes
Guerrilla Warfare
Major Government Crises
Anti-government Demonstrations

NOTE: There are now three years (2011-2013) of the optional LINKS files, which consist of links to source news articles from which each event is counted.

In addition, we have collected a significant amount of previously missing past years’ data for the following variable groups:

Computer Indices
Energy Data
Industrial and Labor Force Data
Industrial Production Data
Highway Vehicle Data
Media Data
National Government Revenue and Expenditure Data
National Income and Currency Data
Physician Data
Phone Data
School Enrollment Data
Trade Data

The Cross-National Time-Series (CNTS) Data Archive provides ranges of annual data from 1815 to the present for all countries for many variables of use to the social scientist researcher.

● “It is a social science goldmine!” Dan Braha, New England Complex Systems Institute and University of Massachusetts.

● "I am pleased with the enhancement of your domestic conflict data. [LINKS-see our FAQ]" Jenifer Whitten-Woodring, University of Massachusetts Lowell.

● The MIT Technology Review Blog included the Cross-National Time-Series Data Archive in its listing of “The 70 Online Databases that Define Our Planet”.

● Frequently cited, it is one of the "leading datasets on political violence." Robert Bates, Harvard University.

● It is "possibly the most widely used event dataset..." Henrik Urdal, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO).

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