Who were the primary targets of non-state armed group attacks in 2019?

 

The Janes Terrorism & Insurgency Centre (JTIC) monitors more than 200 events globally on a daily basis. 14,009 attacks by non-state armed groups were recorded in 2019.

It's interesting to highlight that while security forces were the primary target, with the secondary targets chosen randomly, the third most common target was other non-state armed groups. Inter-group conflict was the reason for 1,538 attacks in 2019.

 

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Which local groups are fighting against each other? How much is inter-group conflict related each group's militant propaganda?

 

JTIC includes more than 290 group profiles and has verified and validated data on over 350 groups. This enables customers to view events and understand activities and propaganda of particular groups over time at a country and global level. In addition, Jane's equipment and country risk data provides a deeper view including the specifications of weapons used by groups and situational awareness of the geopolitical situation in the countries in which the groups are active.

 

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Case study: NSAG Targets While security forces were the primary target, with the secondary targets chosen randomly, the third most common target was other non-state armed groups. Inter-group conflict was the reason for 1,538 attacks in 2019.