Dissatisfaction and Decision Making: The Changing Face of Protest

Letter bombs are sent to various businesses and organisations in Britain, suspicion falls on animal-rights protesters; work begins on a twelve kilometer long security fence around the Baltic resort of Heiligendamm in anticipation of disruption from anti-globalisation protesters at the G8 summit in June; around 1.8 million people sign an e-mail petition to the British Prime Minister against road charging. Discontent is widespread and wide-ranging – protest is clearly alive and kicking.

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 April 2007 5 minute READ

Subscribe to read all issues

Articles from the current issue are free to read by all, the archive is exclusive to magazine subscribers and our members. Subscribe or become a member to view articles from the archive.