civil unrest (市民の不安)
Cicero grew up in a time of civil unrest and war.
The incident sparked several days of civil unrest in St. Louis.
This will ultimately crash the currency and likely lead to civil unrest.
political unrest (政情不安)
Ethnic violence rose with the political unrest.
Tom departs for Africa, where he is killed during a time of political unrest.
But the club withdrew from Kyrgyzstan League due to political unrest in April 2010.
social unrest (社会不安)
During 1548, England was subject to social unrest.
In the beginning of the 20th century Alfonsine experienced social unrest.
By the 6th century BC, widespread social unrest led to the reforms of Solon.
unrest among (の間で不安)
1905 saw considerable political unrest among the Serb and Croat students of the Tuzla gymnasium.
Rajrajeshwari's presence in Kathmandu also stirred unrest among the courtiers that aligned themselves around her and Subarnaprabha.
Ultimately, nothing came of the incident but the outbursts, coupled with Derby's poor results on the pitch, led to some unrest among supporters.
labor unrest (労働不安)
For his master's degree thesis, he wrote a study of labor unrest in Thailand.
In the mid-1970s, the Mobile yard closed due to declining business and labor unrest.
The event was held in honor of the Haymarket martyrs of Chicago, who were killed in labor unrest.