The Armed Conflict Survey 2022 provides an exhaustive review of the political, military and humanitarian dimensions of 33 active armed conflicts globally in the period from 1 March 2021 to 30 April 2022. The review is complemented by a strategic analysis of national, regional and global drivers and conflict outlooks, providing unique insights into the geopolitical and geo-economic threads linking conflicts across the world, as well as into emerging flashpoints and political risks. This edition includes a special feature on climate security given the increasingly urgent need to understand the complex interlinkages between climate change, climate vulnerability and conflict amid accelerating global warming. Reflecting the growing importance of geopolitical factors in the current global conflict landscape, The Armed Conflict Survey 2022 features the IISS Armed Conflict Global Relevance Indicator, which compares the global relevance of armed conflicts in terms of their geopolitical impact, as well as their human impact and intensity. This edition also includes maps, infographics and key statistics, as well as the accompanying Chart of Armed Conflict.
Table of Contents
1. Editor’s Introduction 2. Notes on Methodology 3. Global Trends a. The Aftermath of War in a Changing Climate: Aligning Solutions for Climate Security and Peacebuilding b. Climate Change and the Instrumentalisation of Natural Resources in the Continuum of War: the Role of Non-state Armed Groups and International Responses c. Transition in Turbulence: Geostrategic Implications of Climate Change and the Energy Transition 4. Conflict Reports a. Americas b. Regional Analysis c. Mexico d. Colombia e. Brazil f. Haiti g. El Salvador h. Honduras i. Regional Outlook 5. Europe and Eurasia a. Regional Analysis b. Russia–Ukraine c. Nagorno-Karabakh d. Regional Outlook 6. Middle East and North Africa a. Regional Analysis b. Syria c. Iraq d. Israel–Palestinian Territories e. Yemen f. Libya g. Egypt h. Turkey i. Regional Outlook 7. Sub-Saharan Africa a. Regional Analysis b. The Sahel c. Lake Chad Basin d. Central African Republic e. South Sudan f. Ethiopia g. Somalia h. Great Lakes Region i. Nigeria j. Cameroon k. Mozambique l. Sudan m. Regional Outlook 8. Asia a. Regional Analysis b. Afghanistan c. Kashmir d. Myanmar e. Pakistan f. India g. Thailand h. Philippines i. Regional Outlook 9. Data Appendix 10. Index & The 2022 Chart of Armed Conflict
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