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Annie WangVisualization
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<p>This dataset provides list of most translated individual authors to date according to the UNESCO Index Translationum. </p><p><br /></p><p>Four out of the top five most translated authors are from the United Kingdom.</p><p><br /></p><p><span data-index="0" data-denotation-char data-id="0" data-value="&lt;a href=&quot;/search?q=%23books&quot; target=_self&gt;#books" data-link="/search?q=%23books"><span contenteditable="false"><span></span><a href="/search?q=%23books" target="_self">#books</a></span></span></p><p><br /></p><p>Source: <a href="/data/4068" target="_blank">UNESCO - Index Translationum</a></p><p><br /></p>

This dataset provides list of most translated individual authors to date according to the UNESCO Index Translationum.


Four out of the top five most translated authors are from the United Kingdom.


#books


Source: UNESCO - Index Translationum


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Annie WangVisualization
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Distribution of Household Wealth
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Source: <a href="/data/3729">OECD & CDC</a><br/>
Source: OECD & CDC
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Source: <a href="/data/3747">Common Wealth Fund</a><br/>
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<p>Approximately 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world every day.</p><p><br /></p><p>The <a href="https://app.openaxis.com/search?q=%231" target="_blank">#1</a> country for coffee consumption per capita is Finland, where 26.5 pounds are consumed per capita per year.</p><p><br /></p><p>The top five countries for coffee consumption are Finland (26.5 Lbs per capita), Norway (21.82 Lbs per capita), Iceland (19.84 Lbs per capita), Denmark (19.18 Lbs per capita), and the Netherlands (18.52 Lbs per capita).</p><p><br /></p><p><span data-index="0" data-denotation-char data-id="0" data-value="&lt;a href=&quot;/search?q=%23coffee&quot; target=_self&gt;#coffee" data-link="/search?q=%23coffee"><span contenteditable="false"><span></span><a href="/search?q=%23coffee" target="_self">#coffee</a></span></span></p><p><br /></p><p>Source: <a href="/data/4066" target="_blank">Zippia, ICO</a></p><p><br /></p>

Approximately 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world every day.


The #1 country for coffee consumption per capita is Finland, where 26.5 pounds are consumed per capita per year.


The top five countries for coffee consumption are Finland (26.5 Lbs per capita), Norway (21.82 Lbs per capita), Iceland (19.84 Lbs per capita), Denmark (19.18 Lbs per capita), and the Netherlands (18.52 Lbs per capita).


#coffee


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icecream

Jackandbeyond.com has curated a list of the top ice cream flavors in honor of International Ice Cream Day on July 18, 2022.


Based on the number of Instagram hashtags, these are the most popular ice cream flavors.


#icecream #food


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<p>Scholars of civil resistance generally define “success” as the overthrow of a government or territorial independence achieved because of a campaign within a year of its peak.</p><p><br /></p><p>Among the 565 campaigns that have both begun and ended over the past 120 years, about 51 percent of the nonviolent campaigns have succeeded outright, while only about 26 percent of the violent ones have. </p><p><br /></p><p><strong>Nonviolent resistance thus outperforms violence by a 2-to-1 margin</strong>. (Sixteen percent of the nonviolent campaigns and 12 percent of violent ones ended in limited success, while 33 percent of nonviolent campaigns and 61 percent of violent ones ultimately failed.) </p><p><br /></p><p>Moreover, in countries where civil-resistance campaigns took place, chances of democratic consolidation, periods of relative post-conflict stability, and various quality-of-life indicators were higher after the conflict than in the countries that experienced civil war.</p><p><br /></p><p><span data-index="0" data-denotation-char data-id="0" data-value="&lt;a href=&quot;/search?q=%23government&quot; target=_self&gt;#government" data-link="/search?q=%23government"><span contenteditable="false"><span></span><a href="/search?q=%23government" target="_self">#government</a></span></span> </p><p><br /></p><p>Source: <a href="/data/4059" target="_blank">Civil Resistance: What Everyone Needs to Know by Erica Chenoweth</a></p><p><br /></p>

Scholars of civil resistance generally define “success” as the overthrow of a government or territorial independence achieved because of a campaign within a year of its peak.


Among the 565 campaigns that have both begun and ended over the past 120 years, about 51 percent of the nonviolent campaigns have succeeded outright, while only about 26 percent of the violent ones have.


Nonviolent resistance thus outperforms violence by a 2-to-1 margin. (Sixteen percent of the nonviolent campaigns and 12 percent of violent ones ended in limited success, while 33 percent of nonviolent campaigns and 61 percent of violent ones ultimately failed.)


Moreover, in countries where civil-resistance campaigns took place, chances of democratic consolidation, periods of relative post-conflict stability, and various quality-of-life indicators were higher after the conflict than in the countries that experienced civil war.


#government


Source: Civil Resistance: What Everyone Needs to Know by Erica Chenoweth