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Civil Unrest news and analysis from The Nation
May 11, 2021
Colombian Protesters Are Ready for the Long Haul
After nearly two weeks of protests against neoliberal reforms and police violence, Colombia’s conservative government has refused to make any major concessions. The demonstrations continue.
April 28, 2021
Waiting for Catastrophes While Living Under the Specter of Pandemic and War
When “How are you doing?” is also a question of politics and the world.
April 26, 2021
As Alexey Navalny’s Health Deteriorates, the Movement’s Momentum Flags
But across Russia, another kind of power is building.
April 20, 2021
After ‘the Death of Hong Kong’s Democracy,’ an Ex-Legislator Fights Beijing From Exile
Ted Hui fled Hong Kong, but he hasn’t given up the struggle.
April 5, 2021
Why Brazil Still Matters
With Lula eligible to run against Bolsonaro, Brazilians hold the world’s future in their hands.
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March 26, 2021
Students in Turkey Are Standing Up for LGBT Rights
After a newly appointed university official dissolved
University’s LGBTI+ club in January, students across the country launched a nationwide protest movement.
March 22, 2021
Gangs Rule the Streets of Jovenel Moïse’s Haiti
A whole country has been kidnapped by a bloodthirsty, money-hungry cabal. And how does the US State Department respond? By calling for “dialogue.”
March 18, 2021
‘Shall I Take You Back to War? You Know Exactly What War Means.’
Yemen was historically called
(Happy Arabia). Today the United Nations calls it the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
March 1, 2021
After a Decade of Misrule, the People of Haiti Have Had Enough
But apprentice dictator Jovenel Moïse won’t go as long as the Biden administration backs his violent, corrupt regime.
February 15, 2021
‘We Shall Not Surrender’: Myanmar Rises Up Against the Junta
As the protests continue to spread, the public is united against the military dictatorship.
Kyaw Hsan Hlaing