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Protests

May 15, 2019

pro·test
noun
1: a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something.

Is there a formula for mass protests that induce change? Or, is it the luck of the draw?

Find out what went right in Sudan and Algeria. And, what could still go wrong.

Our host, Sinclair Stafford, chats with IRI's Acting Africa Director, Elizabeth Lewis and Middle East expert (and Global host!), Chessy Gortzounian about the protests in Algeria and Sudan. In their discussion, they cover what has made these protests successful, what the people of Algeria and Sudan have learned from the failed Arab Spring protests and what the next steps are for the two African countries.

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