ACLED Resources: East Asia

ACLED now tracks political violence, demonstrations, and strategic developments across East Asia in real-time, with data updated each week for China, Taiwan, Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, and North Korea. Access the latest data through our Data Export Tool and Curated Data Files. For more information on ACLED methodology, see our General Guides and Methodology pages.…

Disorder in East Asia: New Data for 2019-2020

ACLED’s new expansion to East Asia adds over 12,800 political violence, demonstration, and strategic development events to the dataset from the beginning of 2019 to the present. This report reviews key findings from the data for mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Mongolia, and Taiwan. Mainland China The majority of events in…

Cabo Ligado Weekly: 22-28 June 2020

Download Report By the Numbers: Cabo Delgado, October 2017-June 20201Figures updated as of 27 June 2020. Total number of organized violence events: 469 Total number of reported fatalities from organized violence: 1,298 Total number of reported fatalities from civilian targeting: 838 All ACLED data are available for download via the data export tool, and a…

PRESS RELEASE: ACLED Expands Coverage to East Asia

30 June 2020: The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) has now expanded real-time coverage to East Asia. The new data span six countries — China, Taiwan,1 For more information on ACLED’s decision to code Taiwan as distinct from China, see this methodology brief. Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, and North Korea2Because of the…