US Meddling in other countries’ politics

Below you can find a list of known instances of the US changing the government of another country.

  1. 1846: U.S.–Mexico War
  2. 1887–1889: Samoa
  3. 1893: Kingdom of Hawaii
  4. 1898: Cuba and Puerto Rico
  5. 1899: Philippines
  6. 1898–1901: China
  7. 1903: Panama
  8. 1900s–1920s: Honduras
  9. 1912–1933: Nicaragua
  10. 1914: Mexico
  11. 1915–1934: Haiti
  12. 1916–1924: Dominican Republic
  13. 1918: Russia
  14. 1941: Panama
  15. 1945–1950: South Korea
  16. 1946–1949: China
  17. 1946–1949: Greece
  18. 1952: Egypt
  19. 1947–1970s: Italy
  20. 1949: Syria
  21. 1953: Iran
  22. 1954: Guatemala
  23. 1955–1960: Laos
  24. 1957–1959: Indonesia
  25. 1958: Lebanon
  26. 1959: Iraq
  27. 1960: Laos
  28. 1961: Bay of Pigs
  29. 1960s: Cuba
  30. 1961–1964: Brazil
  31. 1963: Iraq
  32. 1963: Vietnam
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  33. 1965–66: Dominican Republic
  34. 1965–1967: Indonesia
  35. 1971: Bolivia
  36. 1972–1975: Iraq
  37. 1973: Chile
  38. 1979–1989: Afghanistan
  39. 1980–1992: El Salvador
  40. 1982–1989: Nicaragua
  41. 1983: Grenada
  42. 1989: Panama
  43. 1991: Kuwait
  44. 1991: Haiti
  45. 1991–2003: Iraq
  46. 1994–2000: Iraq
  47. 1996: Russia. Source: US Meddling in 1996 Russian Elections in Support of Boris Yeltsin (PDF)
  48. 1997: Indonesia
  49. 2000: Yugoslavia
  50. 2005: Iran
  51. 2006–07: Palestinian territories
  52. 2005-present: Syria
  53. 2011: Libya
  54. 2015–present: Yemen
  55. 2014–present: Ukraine. Sources:
    1. US Military Involvement in Ukraine: NATO Expansion Through Proxy War (PDF)
    2. US reportedly paid $25 million for Patriarch Bartholomew to meddle in Ukraine (PDF)

The above list is based on Wikipedia. David Swanson compiled a more comprehensive list (PDF). I highly recommend you to look at it.

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