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Analyzing UN Security Council Resolutions

by Martin Makaryan

A group of researchers from Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom have created a dataset called “corpus of resolutions” that contains all resolutions, drafts, and meeting records of the United Nations (UN) Security Council, an international body that aims to ensure global peace and security. Researchers used the UN digital library to document more than 2,700 records since the Council’s founding in 1948, which will help scholars studying international relations analyze the data based on council votes, keywords, and countries of focus. 

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Image credit: Mathias Reding

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