Category G: Great power and allied involvement
Phase 3 Factors

3G-01  Strong superpower diplomatic support to "status quo" side
3G-02 Strong superpower diplomatic support to "non-status quo" side
3G-03 A superpower appears to be neutral
3G-04 A superpower fears growth of conflict into a wider war
3G-05 The prestige of a superpower is committed to settlement
3G-06 Major powers supply arms and equipment to "status quo" side to redress imbalance
3G-07 Major powers supply arms and equipment to "non-status quo" side to redress imbalance
3G-08 Arrival of arms in one side raises the prospect of a wider war
3G-09 Great power interest in the area increases
3G-10 A great power's diplomatic support encourages one side to continue the struggle
3G-11 Great power gives "status quo" side substantial economic aid
3G-12 Great power gives "non-status quo" side substantial economic aid
3G-13 Great power supporter of "status quo" side contemplates intervention
3G-14 Great power supporter of "non-status quo" side contemplates intervention
3G-15 A great power urges one side to avoid provoking a full-scale war
3G-16 A great power indicates interest in terminating hostilities and negotiating a settlement
3G-17 Great powers urge cease fire and avoidance of intensification
3G-18 Great powers/superpowers are losing interest in the conflict
3G-19 One great power/superpower becomes active mediator
3G-20 A previously supportive great power/superpower drops out
3G-21 Great powers/superpowers collaborate to resolve conflict
3G-22 Regional powers want a peaceful settlement
3G-23 Great power supporter of "non-status quo" side refuses to assure aid
3G-24 Great power supporter of "status quo" side refuses to assure aid

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