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In Iraq, Lebanon and Chile, Locally Driven Protests Can Have a Global Impact

From Lebanon and Iraq to Ecuador and Chile, popular protests have shaken governments worldwide. Has popular dissatisfaction with the unfair distribution of globalization’s spoils reached a tipping point? Or are these protests locally driven, offering little or no insights into broader trends?

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