Graphs and Tables: Report 2005

Graphs and tables published as figures in the the Human Security Report 2005 are provided in PDF format.

Part I: The Changing Face of Global Violence

Figure No.
Figure Title
Figure 1.1 A less violent world: Numbers of conflicts, 1946-2003
Figure 1.2 Number of armed conflicts, 1946-2003: Global and regional breakdowns
Figure 1.3 The countries that have experienced the highest number of international armed conflicts, 1946-2003
Figure 1.4 The most conflict-prone countries, 1946-2003
Figure 1.5 International crises plummet, 1946-2001
Figure 1.6 War becomes less deadly: Battle-deaths, 1946-2002
Figure 1.7 War death estimates compared
Figure 1.8 War death-rates by decade, 1950-1997
Figure 1.9 Numbers of battle-deaths, 1946-2002: Global and regional breakdowns
Figure 1.10 Major arms transfers, 1987-2003
Figure 1.11 The rise and fall of genocide and politicide, 1956-2001
Figure 1.12 Good news? International terrorist attacks, 1982-2003
Figure 1.13 Bad news: International terrorist attacks, 1982-2003
Figure 1.14 Casualties from international terrorism, 1982-2003
Figure 1.15 Regional perceptions of international security
Figure 1.16 Regional perceptions of national security
Figure 1.17 What do people fear most?
Figure 1.18 How many people experience violence?
Figure 1.19 Which countries experience the most criminal violence?
Figure 1.20 Expectations of violence: Experiences versus reality
Figure 1.21 The association between fear of violence and income
Figure 1.22 Which issues should be the top priority for governments?

Part II: The Human Security Audit

Figure 2.1 Cases of armed conflict and one-sided violence, 2002-2003
Figure 2.2 Number of countries experiencing political violence, 2002-2003
Figure 2.3 Cases of armed conflict and one-sided violence by country, 2002-2003
Figure 2.4 Number of reported deaths from political violence, 2002-2003
Figure 2.5 Number of reported deaths from political violence by country, 2002-2003
Figure 2.6 Political Repression 1980-2003: A net increase in four regions
Figure 2.7 Political repression 1980-2003: A decrease in two regions
Figure 2.8 World homicide rates, 1959-2001
Figure 2.9 World homicide rates in industrialised and developing countries, 1959-2001
Figure 2.10 World rape rates, 1977-2001
Figure 2.11 The world's least secure countries?

Part III: Assault on the Vulnerable

Figure 3.1 Refugees and internally displaced persons, 1964-2003

Part IV: Counting the Indirect Costs of War

Figure 4.1 Battle-deaths versus total war deaths in selected sub-Saharan African conflicts
Figure 4.2 The falling cost of armed conflict
Figure 4.3 The long-term impacts of civil wars by disease/condition
Figure 4.4 Estimated HIV infection rates in the general population and the armed forces in sub-Saharan Africa
Figure 4.5 HIV infection and the rise of conflict: Is there a correlation?
Figure 4.6 HIV infection and fatalities from political violence: Is there a correlation?

Part V: Why the Dramatic Decline in Armed Conflict?

Figure 5.1 Trends in international wars, 1816-2002
Figure 5.2 Trends in civil wars, 1816-2002
Figure 5.3 The rising tide of democratisation
Figure 5.4 The association between war and poverty
Figure 5.5 UN peacemaking activities, 1989-2002
Figure 5.6 UN peacekeeping operations, 1948-2004
Figure 5.7 Numbers of international tribunals and countries prosecuting grave human rights abuses, 1970-2004

To view the PDF files, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader.  Download it for free from the Adobe website.