Sightline with Tim Marshall: How protests turned 2019 into the Year of Rage
In this week's episode, Tim Marshall explains why this year's worldwide demonstrations are linked
This year what linked Sudan to Algeria to Iraq to Iran and onto Ecuador, Hong Kong and elsewhere? The three Ps: people power protests.
In this week's episode, Tim Marshall explains why the worldwide protests seen over the past 12 months are linked, turning 2019 into the Year of Rage.
While each country has different triggers, there are common themes to the demonstrations – inequality, corruption, social media, and a young generation which feels they have little say in governance.
Updated: December 5, 2019 06:34 PM