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Scott N. Romaniuk
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Aliaksandr Novikau

activities related to promoting or instigating social, racial, national, religious, or linguistic supremacy. One method it has employed is its selective use of rule by law to target and intimidate critics. Thus, blogger and anticorruption activist Alexei Navalny, protestors from the 2011 known as the Bolotnaya 12, members of the punk rock/performance art collective Pussy Riot, and

in Counter-terrorism and civil society
Richard Lapper

reference to a 2017 controversy about a performance art exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo, in which Brazilian dancer Wagner Schwartz lay naked on a plinth and invited visitors to the show to manipulate his body. 35 At some point a fellow artist had taken her four-year-old daughter and the young girl had been filmed touching the man’s leg (in the presence of her mother). The images were circulated on social media and caused a furore. But I got the sense that Guimarães, who described himself as a Christian in the Wesleyan tradition, would have voted the

in Beef, Bible and Bullets
John Bowers

was still to do so and everyone else in the room was masked and he revelled in telling everyone he had shaken hands with everyone he met. It may be said that with him everything is a performance, and it is the performance art which sticks in the mind, such as when he got caught on a zipwire clutching two Union Jack flags during the London Olympics with a photographer on hand to record the event. He was probably the only poli­tician who could turn this into a public relations triumph. He takes time, it is said, to make

in Downward spiral
Eamonn O'Kane

McGuinness had agreed to be First Minister and Deputy First Minister. Paisley stood to object, just as the loyalist Michael Stone attacked the building in an apparent attempt to kill Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness (which he subsequently claimed was ‘performance art’). The building was cleared and as the hiatus died down, Peter Hain told Paisley that he would have to ‘pull the Assembly down. The

in The Northern Ireland peace process