in this issue:
Postcards from the Edge
– Cynthia Arnson, Benjamin Gedan, Michael Penfold, Rossana Castiglioni, Catalina Lobo-Guerrero, Augusto de la Torre, and Jim Shultz
A wave of protest swept Latin America in 2019. Country experts examine the common threads – as well as the unique factors at play in each nation.
The Step-by-Step Revolution
– Cătălin Teniţă
Romanians took to the streets to make change at the ballot box. An inside account of how two years of peaceful protest won the day.
Protest Tech: Hong Kong
– Richard Byrne and Michael C. Davis
A survey of the technology that is driving a movement.
Protests and Principles
– Srdja Popovic
Can the organizing principles of nonviolence help make sense of the wave of 2019 protests – and even predict which ones might succeed?
Speech in a Low Dishonest Decade
– Lisa Marie Anderson
Universities tried to ban antifascist speakers in the 1930s. Madison Square Garden hosted U.S. Nazis. What can we learn from this history?
Protest and the Muse
– Richard Byrne
The Velvet Revolution and an American graduate student inspired Bohumil Hrabal -- one of Central Europe's greatest writers -- to create a classic work on the collision of politics and art.