7 March 2011

The HSRP launched a new website hosting the Conflict Monitors which provide concise and current information on peace and security issues in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Interactive charts and maps illustrate trends in casualties and violent incidents.

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Human Security Report 2009/2010

Examines the causes of peace, trends in human insecurity, and the decline in deadliness of armed conflict over the last 60 years.

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View Trends In Political Violence

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The Afghanistan Conflict Monitor posts four to six emerging stories each day, providing summaries and links to the latest news articles, research, and data. A comprehensive research hub, it also provides key statistics about the conflict and related issues, as well as links to the sites of individual researchers, and organizations that offer additional information and analysis.

VISIT the Afghanistan Conflict Monitor WEBSITE

The Pakistan Conflict Monitor posts four to six stories each day, providing summaries and links to the latest news articles, research, and data. The Pakistan Conflict Monitor covers the security situation throughout the country, including incidents and issues related to the Taliban, Baluchistan, Kashmir and Lashkar-e-Taiba. It also provides key statistics on conflict-related issues, as well as links to the sites of individual researchers, bloggers, and organizations that offer additional information and analysis.

VISIT the PAKISTAN Conflict Monitor WEBSITE