After The Coup

Author: John Scalzi
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429952121
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Literally. John Scalzi's Old Man's War was one of the most popular SF debut novels of the last decade; its sequels are The Ghost Brigades, The Last Colony,and Zoe's Tale. Other novels include The Android's Dream and Agent to the Stars.

After The Coup

Author: Timothy J. Smith
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252094026
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SMITH In 1954, leaders of a coup overthrew the democratically elected president,
Iacobo Arbenz Guzman, and ended Guatemala's so-called Diez Afios de
Primavera (Ten Years of Spring), the 1944—54 decade ofprogressive legislation
inspired in part by Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Guatemala 1954
represented the US. government's first covert action in Latin America and its
second overthrow of a foreign government, after August 1953's coup removed
Iranian Prime Minister ...

Thailand Four Years After The Coup

Author: Poowin Bunyavejchewin
ISBN: 1446634914
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Two democratic governments, led by Samak Sundaravej and Somchai
Wongsawat, were elected after the 2006 coup, but both found governing the
country impossible, so both had to leave office. Both Samak and Somchai were
perceived as Thaksin's nominees. Hence, their governments were threats to the
existing structure of legitimacy. The de facto coup d'état occurred late in 2008
after the dissolution of the People's Power Party. The de facto coup was led by
General Anupong ...

Coup D Etat

Author: Edward Luttwak
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674175471
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Should we want to achieve fundamental social change we can do so after we
have become the government. This is perhaps a more efficient method (and
certainly a less painful one) than that of classic revolution. Though we will try to
avoid all conflict with the 'political' forces, some of them will almost certainly
oppose a coup. But this opposition will largely subside when we have substituted
our new status quo for the old one, and can enforce it by our control of the state
bureaucracy ...

After The Coup

Author: Tamara Taraciuk
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And recommendations -- Background -- Impunity for post coup abuses -- Ongoing attacks -- Honduras's obligations under international law.

Sukarno And The Indonesian Coup

Author: Helen-Louise Hunter
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275974381
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The Indonesian coup is no exception. It is quite clear that Sukarno's sympathies
were with the coup, if only from his actions after the coup. Everything that he did
or said after the coup was in the interest of quieting the national furor raised over
the generals' deaths, protecting those involved in the coup, and restoring the
political situation to the status quo before the coup. In the immediate years after
the coup, Sukarno never sought to change the initial impression that he gave of
his ...