Pages, tagged as «protests»

Libya Plunged into Mess

Mariya None Makhmutova

The difficult internal political situation in Libya is pushing the warring parties to inter-Libyan talks

US election campaign derailed by COVID-19 and protests

Sergey Mikhailov

America is running one of the most unconventional election campaigns

US attacks Nicaragua to overthrow Ortega's government

After the military coup in Bolivia the USA is targeting yet another victim. Nicaragua is next, RISS expert Igor Pshenichnikov considers. America has already launched disinformation campaign against Nicaragua.

Chile protests: start of Latin America's left turn

The root cause of the ongoing civil protests throughout Chile is the most extreme form of legalized social inequality, RISS expert Igor Pshenichnikov says.

Ecuador’s authorities back down to avert coup d’etat

Ecuadorian authorities ran out of options and had to make concessions to calm the country to avert further ramifications, particularly for President Lenin Moreno, Igor Pshenichnikov, an expert at the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS), told TASS on Monday.

Leader’s ambition risks turning street protest victory into mob rule in Armenia

After ousting the PM, an Armenian protest leader attempts to ride the momentum, but risks plunging the inherently vulnerable country into chaos with a damaging power grab, observers tell RT.

How can the West and Russia respond to the Bosnian crisis?

How might the West and Russia respond to the ongoing protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina? Nikita Bondarev, senior fellow for the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Research at the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, tries to answer these questions.