Sudan’s civilian-led transition under the leadership of H.E. Abdalla Hamdok has dismantled al Bashir’s corrupt junta regime in place since 1989.
Protests articles on Democracy Chronicles
Political protests are a human right, political right and civil liberty to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interest. Today, pro-democracy protests are under threat. Also take a look at our articles on the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Turkey, and the Tea Party.
How to support Iraq’s protesters while recognizing limits to government’s ability to handle demands? Washington Institute’s Michael Knights asks.
New Eastern Europe asks: do new faces in politics in Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan,…Slovakia mean real change, [renewed and deeper social transformation]?
Youth have emerged as an essential part of the global struggle for human rights, as many engage in their own forms of activism and dialogue.
Renewed unrest in Arab countries does not necessarily mean a repeat of the Arab Spring of 2011, but observers are already talking about an Arab Spring 2.0.
Saturday’s demonstrations in Czechoslovakia celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution but also drew attention to a drift from its ideals.
A Financial Times report sees the current upheavals in South America as a potential cause for another lost decade comparable to what happened in the 1980s.
Evo Morales of Bolivia resigned Sunday amidst protests and military pressure. Socialists see capitalism’s hand but Morales sought an illegal fourth term.
Police in Tuscaloosa Alabama arrested a man in connection with balloon-slashing on Nov. 9 during protests as Trump’s visited a football game.
Zimbabwean government dismissed 211 doctors for engaging in a crippling strike, demanding salary and on-call allowance increases pegged on interbank rates.