Deaths due to internal armed conflict

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Deaths due to internal armed conflict measure the absolute value of the number of deaths, not as a ratio of total population, as we consider that the number of deaths is important per se when measuring the amount of violence, whatever share it represents of the total population. Internal armed conflicts are distinguished from international armed conflicts by the parties involved rather than by the territorial scope of the conflict. In internal conflicts, the primary party is always the government side. Performance score from 0 to 100. The lowest score reflects the best situation.

Source: Ferdi calculations based on Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP / PRIO) data.

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