In 2014, there were more than five coups d’état in countries attempted around the world, some of them successful. What exactly is a coup d’état and can it ever be good for a country?
What is a Coup? It Depends Which Side You’re On
Why Does Thailand Have So Many Coups?
Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
“…The Congress declares that a principal objective of the foreign policy of the United States is the encouragement and sustained support of the people of developing countries in their efforts to acquire the knowledge and resources essential to development and to build the economic, political, and social institutions which will improve the quality of their lives.”
U.S. Charges Over Gambia ‘Coup Plot’ Against Yahya Jammeh
Coup d’Etat in Abkhazia Without Russia’s Permission
A Coup in Burkina Faso
Lesotho ‘Coup’: A Squabble Among Elites or A Sign of Social Instability?
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