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Facts – timelines published daily on the 50-plus active conflicts covered in the ACD
Data – annual figures for global conflict trends, as well as multi-year statistics on fatalities, refugees and IDPs
Analysis – regular assessments of political, military and human security trends, plus background briefings
includes a list of selected non-state armed groups, their estimated strength, origin, political or ideological aims, and areas of operation
reports and statistics on archived conflicts, plus further analysis of potential conflicts and conflict-related themes within ACD news
browse through the different year-on-year reports and fact sheets online
generate targeted reports on conflict data starting from 1997 and correlate reports from various years, conflicts, regions and topics
easily find more conflict-specific content with links to IISS publications and primary documents
'Easily navigable, distinctively presented…Recommended.' – Reference Reviews
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Published May 22nd 2015 by Routledge
The Military Balance is an authoritative assessment of the military capabilities and defence economics of 171 countries. Detailed A–Z entries list each country’s military organisation, personnel numbers, equipment inventories, and relevant economic and demographic data.
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Published February 11th 2015 by Routledge
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