\"Facebook
Political Science Data -> Terrorism in Western Europe: Events Data

Explore datasets. Produce results. Inform the world.
This page displays detailed information about a resource listed on the Political Science Data web site (about site). This listing is not an advertisement, endorsement or affliation. We hope this resource helps you find datasets, analyze them, and share your findings.

Link displayed here:
dataData Collections; Int'l Relations
Terrorism in Western Europe: Events Data
Contains information on events related to internal (or domestic) terrorism in 18 West European countries for the 1950 through 2004 period Link infodata

This link appears randomly (see examples below) and on the following web page(s):
Preview of linked site (if available)

More resources you might like
dataData Collections
Documenting the Now
Chronicles historically significant events on social media, see Tweet ID datasets. Link infodata

dataBlogs
War on the Rocks
Analysis, commentary, debate and multimedia content on foreign policy and national security issues through a realist lens Link infodata

dataAuthors; Law & Courts
Andrew Martin
Primarily studies of Supreme Court voting, methodology Link infodata

dataWeb Site Soundtrack
play_music
Candle Light - The Skatalites
Hypnotic horn playing by Don Drummond Link infodata

dataJournal Archives; Int'l Relations
Journal of Peace Research
Access to the datasets used by authors of articles appearing in Journal of Peace Research since 1998. Link infodata

dataData Collections; Int'l Relations
Rising Powers Diplomatic Network
Monitors the distribution of the diplomatic apparatus of emerging powers across the globe. Link infodata

dataWeb Site Soundtrack
Relentless Child of EnkiPro @ Soundcloud
Lots of downtempo, ambient mixes available Link infodata

dataPoli Sci Journals
Political Psychology
The journal of the International Society of Political Psychology, dedicated to the analysis of psychological and political processes. Link infodata

dataTeaching
Text Mining with R
Web site for book by Julia Silge and David Robinson Link infodata