Seven years after the ousting of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in the first series of protests within 'Arab Spring', Tunisians are back on the streets.
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The ongoing nationwide protests in Iran bear the hallmarks of previous civil demonstrations, but are starkly different at the same time.
The African National Congress' next leader brings along myriad hopes for a more democratic and stable future for South Africa.
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Beyond appropriating and monopolising feminism for her personal Presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has contributed little to the movement.
In undertaking a reckless purge of a trusted party loyalist, Zimbabwe's First Family has triggered its own undoing.
The massive "Workers' Mahapadhav" that convened recently in New Delhi's Parliament Street saw workers, especially women, from all over the country express their dissent against India's exploitative labour practices and institutions.
The Widodo government in Indonesia is using its strong state apparatus to suppress an extremist form of Islamic popular thought in the country.
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) is facing a crisis of ideological reconciliation in a badly compromised party machinery.