Military Coup

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Civil Resistance - Relationship To Other Forms of Power
... in the course of an actual struggle is that the dynamics of military and civil resistance are at some levels diametrically opposed to each other." However, the ... The relation between civil resistance and the military coup d'état can be especially multi-faceted ... In some cases a civil resistance campaign has been an effective response to a military coup ...
List Of Coups D'état And Coup Attempts - 1990–1999
... 1990 Failed coup attempt in Nigeria led by Major Gideon Orkar ... Failed coup attempt in Trinidad Tobago led by Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr (July 27) ... Failed coup attempt in Argentina against President Carlos Saúl Menem led by the Carapintada movement of Mohamed Alí Seineldín (December 3) ...
African Military Systems After 1900 - Decolonization - Coups and Counter-coups
1963 Military coup in Togo. 1965 Mobutu Sese Seko launches a successful second coup in the Congo ... Jean-Bédel Bokassa stages the a coup in the Central African Republic ...
Spanish Civil War - Military Coup - Outcome
... The result of the coup was a nationalist area of control containing 11 million of Spain's population of 25 million ...
Timeline Of Portuguese History (Second Republic) - Second Republic: Dictatorial Estado Novo - 1926
... da Costa arrives at Braga with the purpose of initiating a Coup d'état ... Maria da Silva, knowing of the forthcoming coup, try to organize resistance believing the uprising can be defeated ... May 28, A Military coup d'état (henceforth known as the 28th May 1926 coup d'état) begins in Braga led by Gomes da Costa ...

Famous quotes containing the word military:

    In early times every sort of advantage tends to become a military advantage; such is the best way, then, to keep it alive. But the Jewish advantage never did so; beginning in religion, contrary to a thousand analogies, it remained religious. For that we care for them; from that have issued endless consequences.
    Walter Bagehot (1826–1877)