Hello members of AIN, I come to you today to give a new index to list our nations by, the AIN Terrorism Index. It is an attempt to list all AIN nations by amount of terrorism and how deadly that terrorism is.
You do not need to do any calculations, I have made a formula that I will over-view and modify when I see fit to, and all that is needed from AIN nations is figures to put into the formula to give you the index number. With that index number, I will put a list below with your index number and place in the listing.
The list is also colour-coded, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green and Blue. Corresponding categories are attached; for Red it means there is a large amount of severe terrorism, those with say 50-100+ dead. Green and Blue means that there is little to no terrorism in your country at all, which you should be proud of. Corresponding rates will come at; >1.00 (Red), 0.91-1.00 (Orange), 0.62-0.90 (Yellow), 0.31-0.60 (Green) and <0.30.
ONE THING TO REMEMBER THAT IS IMPORTANT, This Index taking in a span of 10 years from 2004 to 2014. From there, every year I will ask for an update from your nations on that year of attacks, so December 2015, I will be asking you for the next update.
Now for the most important part, the figures that need to be given; All of these are assigned a weight and the weight can be seen on the Wiki page of the same name as the Index (Work In Progress).
Successful Attacks =
Attempted/Failed Attacks =
Terrorism Plots =
Number of Overall Fatalities =
Number of Injuries =
Targeted Properties (Including targets for Attempted/Failed Attacks and Plots):
City-Wide Attack =
Private Buildings =
Government/State Buildings =
For an example, for Histalpol I would put down;
Successful Attacks = 3
Attempted/Failed Attacks = 1
Terrorism Plots = 5
Number of Overall Fatalities = 33
Number of Injuries = 140
City-Wide Attack = 0
Private Buildings = 2
Transportation = 3
Government/State Buildings = 2
Utilities = 1
Using my formula, I have come to a final index number of 1.00, which will put me in the Orange category, now let’s see where you all sit.