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  • And when they do reach their inevitable conclusion, they tend to follow one of two familiar sequences: In one scenario, a protest triggers the resignation of an opposed leader, the reversal of an unpopular policy, or other concessions think of the successful recent revolutions in Algeria and Sudan ... The alternative is that a protest fails—as a result of government repression, splintering within the movement, or a simple loss of momentum recall the failed uprising against Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela, the dormant “yellow vest” demonstrations in France, and the crumbling prodemocracy movement in Hong Kong