Visualizing Subnational Conflict in Asia
Subnational conflicts are some of the most protracted, deadly, and complex forms of conflict in the world today. From 1999 to 2008, more people were killed in subnational conflicts than every other form of conflict combined, including fragile state conflicts like the war in Afghanistan. In Asia, the challenge they present is staggering. This visualization explores subnational conflict in Asia, and presents some of the key findings of The Asia Foundationâ€™s latest report, The Contested Corners of Asia: Subnational Conflict and International Development Assistance.
Explore the full interactive dataviz to learn about the history of conflict, international aid flows and evolving conflict case studies through time.