Canal March

The new sources of global discontent

Felipe Sahagún and Rafael Calduch interviewed by Antonio San José and Íñigo Alfonso

In recent years there have been more marches than at any other time in history. What are the causes behind these massive social protests, what are the grievances and how are they articulated, what aspects do the demonstrations share in different geographies and political systems, or who are the demonstrators? In this session, the journalist and professor of International Relations Felipe Sahagún and Rafael Calduch, professor of International Relations and Global History at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, answer these questions and discuss how digital technology has led to new models of interconnected protests.

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