Source: National Institute for Defense Studies
Mapping and GIS analysis can be a key component in studying conflict resolution strategies and preparing for your conflict resolution simulation. The resources in this guide are designed to help you discover data and design maps. Our class will work through the following tasks:
Use these databases to find scholarship about the various stakeholders in the dispute between China and Japan.
Use these data sources to find tabular data about political risk and other indicators related to conflict.
Consult with these sources to find spatial data, which you can use to create maps
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Data Services workstations are available for walk-in use whenever the library stacks are open.