ACLED Resources: United States

ACLED has expanded full coverage to the United States of America, adding more than 22,000 political violence and demonstration events to the dataset. Access the latest data and analysis below, or through our Data Export Tool and Curated Data Files, updated weekly.  ACLED’s coverage of the United States began through the US Crisis Monitor, a…

ACLED Resources: Europe

ACLED has expanded coverage to all of Europe, adding more than 28,000 political violence and demonstration events to the dataset. Access the latest data through our Data Export Tool and Curated Data Files, updated weekly.  Find new analysis and methodology resources below, as well as an interactive dashboard displaying all Europe data for January 2020-January 2021.…

ACLED Resources: East Asia

ACLED’s East Asia coverage now extends from 2018 to the present, bringing the full dataset for China, Taiwan, Japan, Mongolia, South Korea, and North Korea to more than 29,000 total events. Access the latest data through our Data Export Tool and Curated Data Files, updated weekly.  Find new analysis and methodology resources below, as well…

Introducing the US Crisis Monitor

Download a PDF Amid a rising tide of political polarization, violent hate crimes, and widespread social mobilization, the United States is at heightened risk of political violence and instability going into the 2020 election. This risk is further exacerbated by an economic contraction triggered by the global COVID-19 pandemic, which may now be poised for…

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…