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…

ACLED Resources: Mexican Gang Violence

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting criminal economies across Central America, leading to violent competition between gangs and cartels. In Mexico, government statistics indicate that homicide rates have risen since the start of the country’s lockdown measures – claiming a higher death toll than the coronavirus (AP, 24 April 2020; New York Post, 27 April 2020).…

ACLED Resources: War in Yemen

Five years ago, a coalition led by Saudi Arabia launched a military intervention in Yemen to restore the government of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi following the Houthi takeover of Sana’a in late 2014. Since then, ACLED estimates that more than 112,000 people have died as a direct result of the violence, including over 12,600 civilians…