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Membership of the UN Security Council
Number of years partner countries served as non-permanent members of the UN Security Council. Some partners are permanent members (P5).
Source: UNSC Members, Membership since 1946 (UN Security Council)
Contributions to the UN regular budget (%)
Source: Committee on Contributions (UN)
Voting shares in International Financial Institutions (%)
World Bank data is limited to the IBRD. 2008 data are the voting shares before the 2008 reform; whereas 2012 data refer to the objectives of the 2010 reform (still largely to be implemented). EU data represent the sum of the voting shares of its member states.
Source (IMF): Comparative table of quota shares before and after implementation of reforms (IMF)
Source (World Bank): IBRD 2010 Voting Power Realignment (World Bank)
G20 compliance score
|2009 London Summit||0,6|
|2009 Pittsburgh Summit||0,38|
|2010 Toronto Summit||0,57|
|2010 Seoul Summit||0,82|
|2011 Cannes Summit||0,85|
|2012Los Cabos Summit||0,75|
Scoring: -1 means no compliance; 0 means work in progress or partial compliance; +1 means full compliance.
Source: G20 Information Center (University of Toronto)
Global humanitarian contributions (in million US$)
|% of total contributions||13,38|
Compiled by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on the basis of information provided by donors and recipient organisations. Data as of December 2012.
Source: Financial Tracking Service, Funding Details per Donor (UN OCHA)
EU treaties with partners
Number of treaties between the EU and its strategic partners. Some treaties have not entered into force yet. Data as of November 2012.
Source: Treaties Office Database (EEAS)
Size of EU delegations
Number of staff (EU officials and local agents) employed in EU delegations in the partner countries.
Source: Renard T., The Treachery of Strategies: A Call for True EU Strategic Partnerships, Egmont Papers n°45 (Egmont Institute, April 2011) [data was updated for some delegations, when the information was available]
Size of partners’ diplomatic missions to the EU
Number of staff (officials and local agents) employed in the missions of partner countries to the EU.
Source: ESPO, data collected from the missions.