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Violence in Yemen During the UN-Mediated Truce: April-October 2022

14 October 2022

A review of key conflict trends during the truce period.

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The State of Yemen: Q1 2022 – Q2 2022

20 July 2022

In this edition of ACLED’s State of Yemen infographic series, Researcher Emile Roy and Middle East Research Manager Muaz A. map key developments in the conflict between the first and second quarter of 2022.

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The UN-Mediated Truce in Yemen: Impacts of the First Two Months

14 June 2022

The period from 2 April to 2 June 2022 saw the implementation in Yemen of a two-month UN-mediated truce across the country that mandated a nationwide cessation of hostilities. It was the first time that conflict parties agreed to such a cessation of hostilities since the Kuwait peace talks in April 2016.

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The State of Yemen: Q4 2021 – Q1 2022

10 May 2022

In this edition of ACLED’s State of Yemen infographic series, Researcher Emile Roy and Middle East Research Manager Muaz A. map key developments in the conflict between the fourth quarter of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022.

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Mapping Religious Repression in Yemen

21 March 2022

Religious repression in Yemen has been exacerbated by the ongoing conflict. In this infographic, ACLED-Religion Senior Researcher Luca Nevola maps key trends in repression from 2020 to 2021. Access the data and learn more about the ACLED-Religion pilot project here.

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The State of Yemen: Q3 2021 – Q4 2021

8 February 2022

In this edition of ACLED’s new State of Yemen infographic series, Researcher Emile Roy and Middle East Research Manager Muaz A. map key developments in the conflict between the third quarter and fourth quarter of 2021.

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Religious Repression and Disorder Snapshots: 2020-2021

3 February 2022

ACLED-Religion’s incorporation of historical back-coding data for 2020 adds over 6,000 events across the seven countries covered by the pilot project: Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Palestine, and Yemen. The new data include nearly 2,400 harassment events, nearly 700 demonstration events, over 2,150 political violence events, and over 750 strategic developments. The back-coding release expands…

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Religious Repression During Ashura Season: Cases from Bahrain, Iraq, and Yemen

16 December 2021

Religious celebrations can function as catalysts for religious repression, carrying a potential for state abuses and minority contestation (Hintz & Quatrini, 2020). A focus on Ashura celebrations demonstrates how regimes and believers can choose to respond to this Shiite festival depending on their respective religious affiliations, and how these responses can raise the risk for…

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‘Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong:’ The Imposition of Islamic Morality in Iran, Yemen, Egypt, and Iraq

8 November 2021

Religious repression is often targeted at individuals and groups that express religious behaviors or religious affiliation (Fox, 2016; Sarkissian, 26 May 2015). However, repressive acts can also be directed at imposing a coercer’s religious values regardless of the victim’s religious affiliation (or lack thereof). ACLED-Religion captures this type of religious repression under the ‘imposition’ religious…

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The State of Yemen: Q2 2021 – Q3 2021

14 October 2021

In this edition of ACLED’s State of Yemen infographic series, Researcher Emile Roy and Middle East Research Manager Muaz A. map key developments in the conflict between the second quarter and third quarter of 2021.

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