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Trump, Who Has Celebrated Violent Protests, Cheers Campus Crackdowns

The former president’s calls for order in college unrest contrast with how he talks about Jan. 6.

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Campus Protests in U.S. Are a Rorschach Test for the World

The world is watching what is happening on American campuses with shock, pride, relish and alarm. Scenes from the protests…

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A New Issue Flares in the 2024 Race: Campus Protests

With tensions escalating and Republicans pouncing, President Biden finally weighed in and sought to increase the distance between himself and…

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Student Protest Is an Essential Part of Education

Anyone who was at Columbia University in the spring of 1968 cannot help but see a reprise of those stormy,…

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Large Antigovernment Protest Returns to Tel Aviv, as Criticism of Netanyahu Mounts

Thousands of antigovernment protesters on Saturday filled a central Tel Aviv thoroughfare, the same street where demonstrations riled the nation…

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Protests Simmer in Israel as Country’s President Prepares to Address Congress

The small protests reflect the broad nature of popular opposition to plans by Israel’s government to overhaul the judiciary, and…

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Death Toll in Peru Rises to 46 Amid Extraordinary Violence

“What happened yesterday was really a massacre,” said one human rights activist.

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Actress Detained for Supporting Iranian Protests Is Released

Taraneh Alidoosti, one of the most high-profile targets in Iran’s campaign against celebrities who have expressed solidarity with the demonstrators,…

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Iran Executes Man Over Nationwide Protests

Mohsen Shekari, 23, had been sentenced to death on accusations of blocking a street in Tehran and attacking a member…

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Xi Loosens Up. It Won’t Be Enough.

Xi Jinping may be the most powerful autocrat in the world, but he was forced this week to pirouette to…

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