What will happen in Israel after more than half a year of pro-democracy demonstrations against the conservative government’s judicial overhaul?
Georgia authorities have filed charges against Network for Strong Communities trustees. The nonprofit opposes the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, which protesters call ‘Cop City.’
It started with the deaths of ten people in a locked-down apartment, but is not a widespread demonstration of unrest across CHina.
Racialized and marginalized populations whose protest movements are already subject to ongoing forms of monitoring, infiltration and pre-emptive police action are at risk from the convoy crisis.
In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, how political violence has been organized in other areas of the world that can help us anticipate the future of right-wing extremism.
The military is escalating its pressure on protesters in Myanmar, but it’s running out of options for resolving the crisis. Bullets may not be enough to quash the opposition this time.
The women’s movement in Poland faces a powerful and as yet unchallenged adversary in the Catholic Church.The protesters have correctly shone a spotlight on the church for its hold on Polish politics.
Has Europe’s last dictator finally gone too far?
Pres. Lukashenka of Belarus has stayed in power for 26 years by being a master tactician. But he has seriously mishandled opposition protests, says a Belarus-born scholar of Eastern European politics.
By rejecting traditional norms of “respectable” protest, BLM activists compel police and the public to confront anti-Black racism.
Public washrooms are an essential service and the people who maintain them are essential workers. But what happens when a pandemic closes public bathrooms and a civil rights protest breaks out?
Unrest in the US looks familiar to Latin Americans, who are accustomed to resisting undemocratic governments – and to their protest movements being met with violent suppression.
As protests over George Floyd’s death consume the country, students are forcing a reappraisal of a controversial editor and orator who helped build modern Atlanta.
New research shows how deeply entrenched “us” and “them” attitudes make it much harder to make a fair energy transition.
Economic inequality is growing across the world, but few are talking about the ways to tackle it.
Negro Matapacos became famous in Chile in 2011 for joining student protests. His image has now popped up around the world.
All those democracy protests in South America may be having some unintended consequences.
Lebanon’s 1989 peace deal ended a civil war by sharing political power between religious factions. That created a society profoundly divided by religion – something today’s protesters hope to change.
Democracy is not perfect. Sometimes it produces policies that are undemocratic and unjust. In those cases, breaking the law may be justified.
Why doesn’t China put down the protests in Hong Kong? Maybe it doesn’t want to.