Southeast Asia Militant Atlas
The Southeast Asia Militant Atlas (SEAMA) is an innovative, interactive mapping initiative developed and maintained by ICPVTR. Using 2014 as a starting point (the year the Islamic State was formally established), data on regional militant activity is continuously collected, refined and mapped onto the Atlas, with over 1,000 unique incidents recorded thus far – including IS-linked groups, Jemaah Islamiyah, ethnic armed organisations in Myanmar and more. The ever-expanding database aims to provide analysts and practitioners with a visual-spatial tool to examine existing and emerging trends and threats across Southeast Asia. Various filters also allow SEAMA users to identify operational hotspots and enforcement weaknesses. Please access the Atlas here.
Last updated on 05/06/2023