Stories about Protest from November, 2015
Russian Performance Artist Detained for Setting Fire to Federal Security Service HQ
Pavlensky, known for hard-hitting and sometimes shocking performance art, said setting fire to the doors was a symbolic act highlighting the "constant terror methods" used by the FSB against citizens.
Sassou-Nguesso on the Path of Other African Presidents-for-Life After Congolese Referendum
Young citizens of Congo (Brazaville) protests the President Sassou-Nguesso's attempt to run for an additional term.
Why Did the Giant Ears Cross the Road? To Protest State Surveillance in Macedonia
The wiretap "bombshells" released by opposition party leaders almost one year ago revealed that the communications of more than 20,000 individuals in Macedonia had been secretly recorded.
Protest Activity On the Rise In Russia, Study Finds
The overall protest activity in Russia recorded by the experts grew almost 15 percent compared to the first half of 2014.
Bay Area Intifada: Identity Politics with a Capital ‘I’
The dream of Third World liberation and decolonization is alive in Oakland, California.
Je Ne Regrette Rien: Kyrgyzstan's Hated Ex-President Begs No Forgiveness in New Book
Exiled autocrat Kurmanbek Bakiyev's book is missing a key word that could have turned it into a bestseller: Sorry.
These Paintings Depict the Indigenous Peoples’ Struggle Against Exploitation in the Philippines
The Philippines has an estimated 14 million indigenous peoples. The majority are living in remote villages threatened by destructive mining, development aggression, and militarization.
Mozambicans Start a Petition Against the High Cost of Internet
Prices for internet access have jumped after Mozambique´s National Communication Institute (INCM) cut subsidies to local internet providers by 75%, undermining government's supposed pro-internet position.
Why Montenegro's Opposition Leaders Want to Topple the Government
Many international news outlets have chalked Montenegrin people's dissatisfaction with their government up to "Serb nationalist" or "pro-Russian" waves within Montenegrin society. That's not the full story.