*A conflict dyad is a pair of armed actors that engage in armed conflict resulting in more than 25 battle-related deaths in a given calendar year. The civil war dyads refer to conflicts fought between a government and a non-state armed group. The non-state based dyads refer to conflicts between non-state armed groups, including rebel groups, militias, and communities. See: Therese Pettersson, Stina Högbladh, and Magnus Öberg, "Organized Violence, 1989-2018 and Peace Agreements," Journal of Peace Research 56, no. 4 (2019).