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ACLED releases up-to-date Asian conflict data on a monthly basis. The latest data — covering Asian conflict from January through June 2015 — can be found here.
For previous Asian data releases, see earlier posts from March and May of this year.
The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) is a disaggregated conflict analysis and crisis mapping project. ACLED is the highest quality, most widely used, realtime data and analysis source on political violence and protest in the developing world. Practitioners, researchers and governments depend on ACLED for the latest reliable information on current conflict and disorder patterns.