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The CCAPS program publishes its research and findings in academic articles, concise research briefs, and longer research reports. It also produces course modules, codebooks, and user guides to facilitate others’ use of CCAPS research, data, and mapping tools. All CCAPS publications are available for download through this page.

Date:
09 September 2015

The August 2015 ACLED-Asia’s Conflict Trends Report focuses on areas of heightened activity across the subcontinent. Special focus topics include an analysis of Pakistan’s ongoing military operation, Zarb-e-Azb, and its impact on Pakistani security, as well as an overview of the various causes for competition and conflict over land in India. 

Date:
04 September 2015

ACLED's September issue focuses on allegations against peacekeeping forces in Central African Republic, the continuation of a regime of intimidation in Egypt, the potential for Islamic State expansion across Africa, decreased levels of violence following peace talks in South Sudan and a reduction in violence against civilians in Sudan, economically driven protests in Tunisia and patterns of violence surrounding the Zimbabwe by-elections. 

Date:
21 October 2014

In this articleCCAPS researcher Todd G. Smith explores the issue of whether rising domestic consumer food prices are a contributing cause of sociopolitical unrest, more broadly defined, in urban areas of Africa.