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Armed Conflict Survey 2020

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        StatementTaylor & Francis Group
        PublishersTaylor & Francis Group
        LC Classifications2020
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        Paginationxvi, 64 p. :
        Number of Pages91
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Our most advanced theories of conflict suggest that waning institutional trust and strength, income inequality, and demographics are sources of disorder and causes of political violence Goldstone, 2001. While these are difficult, entrenched issues, I remain optimistic that progress can be made. International Committee of the Red Cross.

This data may be useful to UN and NGO partners working in the region to bolster the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Events from 23 August onwards, including violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin on 25 August, will be included in subsequent data releases by the US Crisis Monitor. Fatality totals may be inaccurate or unavailable due to a lack of information. RW COVID-19 page: Global Menu• Only direct deaths resulting from violence are included for the current and past year; excess deaths indirectly resulting from famine, disease, or disruption of services are included along with violent deaths in the cumulative fatalities count when available.

Conflict scholars require data where inclusion criteria have not biased the potential research outcomes. 3 Further, open, continual, and transparent reviews and discussions of collection processes are features of all ACLED work, and this benefits both data developers and user communities. Welcome progress in identifying, releasing, and reintegrating children associated with the CJTF and prevention of new child recruitment per its 2017 action plan; encourage the CJTF to fully complete the action plan and facilitate release of any remaining children in its ranks;• Further, ACLED is researcher-led, and prior to publication, data go through multiple rounds of review to account for inter-coder, intra-coder, and inter-code reliability that together allow for cross-context comparability.

Such demonstrations can involve engagement in violence e. Since May, ACLED records over 100 events in which non-state actors engaged in demonstrations including counter-demonstrations — the vast majority of which were in response to demonstrations associated with the BLM movement. ACLED covers disorder wherever and whenever it occurs, rather than relying on the presence and intensity of specific forms of conflict and unrest to spur coverage.

Amid increased political polarization and deepening mistrust in state institutions, militias and other non-state actors are increasingly engaging with demonstrators directly. Overall, ACLED data indicate that government forces soon took Armed Conflict Survey 2020 heavy-handed approach to the growing protest movement.

Around 23 June, for example, a group vandalized an Indian restaurant in Santa Fe, New Mexico and spray-painted racist slurs over Armed Conflict Survey 2020 walls and furniture of the establishment. Such violence can also fuel demonstrations, as in the case of Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen, who was murdered in April after being sexually harassed at a Texas military base by another soldier.