The age of mounting indignation

A wave of demonstrations hit the world last year, but with economic and political tensions still rising, it might just be the beginning.

It has been many centuries since the Mediterranean Sea was the centre of civilisation. But in 2011 the Med was back – not just as a holiday destination but at the very centre of world affairs. The year was one of global indignation, from the Occupy Wall Street movement to the Moscow election protests and China’s village revolts. It was popular protests on either side of the Mediterranean – in Tahrir Square in Cairo and Syntagma Square in Athens – that set the tone for the year.


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