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ACLED Conflict Severity Index

19 January 2023

Drawing on the latest ACLED data, the Conflict Severity Index assesses four key indicators to identify the most severe forms of conflict, providing new insights into how and where severe conflicts occur.

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Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 Presidential Runoff

7 December 2022

Heightened levels of political violence continued into the presidential runoff in Brazil, raising concerns over further outbreaks of unrest beyond the election period.

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Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 General Elections

17 October 2022

Antagonism between Bolsonaro’s administration and the opposition has fueled increased electoral violence, which continues to pose a threat ahead of the presidential runoff.

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Unrest in French Overseas Territories and Corsica: Analysis of Violent Demonstration Trends From 2020 to Early 2022

30 June 2022

This report examines the regional trends that have emerged out of increased demonstration activity in mainland France, the overseas territories, and Corsica, through COVID and the 2022 elections.

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Journalists Under Attack in Mexico

11 April 2022

While Mexico consistently registers one of the highest rates of violence targeting journalists in the world, a surge in killings this year has triggered an unprecedented number of reporter-led demonstrations against the rising threat to the media. In the first quarter of 2022, at least nine journalists were reportedly killed in targeted attacks — more…

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Colombia: Legislative Elections

25 March 2022

Violence targeting civilians spiked in the months leading up to Colombia’s legislative elections. In this Election Watch infographic, ACLED Research Analyst Adam Miller explores key trends in civilian targeting and their impact on Colombian politics.

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