3rd Edition

Armed Conflict Survey 2017


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Book Description

The Armed Conflict Survey provides in-depth analysis of the political, military and humanitarian dimensions of all major armed conflicts, as well as data on fatalities, refugees and internally displaced persons. Compiled by the IISS, publisher of The Military Balance, it is the standard reference work on contemporary conflict.

The book assesses key developments in 36 conflicts, including those in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Israel–Palestine, Southern Thailand, Colombia and Ukraine.



The Armed Conflict Survey also features chapters on UN peacekeeping; sexual violence; the Islamic State’s shifting narrative;  governance by armed groups and rebel-to-party transitions.

Table of Contents

Contents

Editor’s Introduction

Chapter One - Thematic Essays

Whither UN Peacekeeping?

Conflict-related Sexual Violence

The Islamic State’s Shifting Narrative

The Changing Foundations of Governance by Armed Groups

Rebel-to-party Transitions

Chapter Two - Maps, Graphics and Data

Territory lost by ISIS and operations against the group in

Ten years of Mexico’s ‘war on drugs’

Distribution of highest reported level of rape during civil war

Refugee movements to selected non-Western countries

Global conflict fatalities

Myanmar’s newest insurgency

Chapter Three - Middle East

Egypt

Iraq

Israel–Palestine

Lebanon–Hizbullah–Syria

Libya

Mali (The Sahel)

Syria

Turkey (PKK)

Yemen

Chapter Four - Sub-Saharan Africa

Central African Republic

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ethiopia

Nigeria (Boko Haram)

Nigeria (Delta Region)

Somalia

South Sudan

Sudan (Blue Nile, Darfur and South Kordofan)

Chapter Five - South Asia

Afghanistan

India (Assam)

India (CPI–Maoist)

India (Manipur)

India (Nagaland)

India–Pakistan (Kashmir)

Pakistan

Chapter Six - Asia-Pacific

China (Xinjiang)

Myanmar

Philippines (ASG)

Philippines (MILF)

Philippines (NPA)

Southern Thailand

Chapter Seven - Europe and Eurasia

Armenia–Azerbaijan (Nagorno-Karabakh)

Russia (North Caucasus)

Ukraine

Chapter Eight - Latin America

Central America (Northern Triangle)

Colombia

Mexico

Chapter Nine - Explanatory Notes

Index

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