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A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
A History of U.S. Military Interventions, 1890-2010
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Land base conquered 1890-1897
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903
Mark Twain on the Philippine-American War
Mark Twain on the Philippine-American War
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912
First World War Era 1914-1919
First World War Era 1914-1919
First World War Era 1914-1919
First World War Era 1914-1919
First World War Era 1914-1919
First World War Era 1914-1919
Marine Major General Smedley Butler War is just a racket
Marine Major General Smedley Butler War is just a racket
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions 1969-1980
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Bush I interventions 1989-1992
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Clinton interventions 1993-2000
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
Obama escalation, 2009-2010
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New U.S. military base clusters
New U.S. military base clusters
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1. Defending civilian lives
1. Defending civilian lives
1. Defending civilian lives
1. Defending civilian lives
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
2. Defending Freedom/Democracy
3. Stopping atrocities/terrorism and ethnic cleansing
3. Stopping atrocities/terrorism and ethnic cleansing
3. Stopping atrocities/terrorism and ethnic cleansing
3. Stopping atrocities/terrorism and ethnic cleansing
4. Peacekeeping to keep sides apart
4. Peacekeeping to keep sides apart
4. Peacekeeping to keep sides apart
4. Peacekeeping to keep sides apart
5. Creating stability
5. Creating stability
5. Creating stability
5. Creating stability
5. Creating stability
5. Creating stability
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
6. Weakening brutal dictators
7. We dont commit atrocities
7. We dont commit atrocities
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1A History of U.S. Military 23Vietnamese invasion;
Interventions, 1890-2010. There will "carpet-bombs" countryside, aids
assuredly become a day, when this country Hmong. SOUTH DAKOTA l973 CO Army directs
will have some weight in the scale of Wounded Knee siege of Lakotas. MIDEAST
Empires George Washington. Dr. Zolt?n 1973 NT World-wide alert during Mideast
Grossman, Member of the Faculty, War. CHILE 1973 CO CIA-backed coup ousts
Geography/ Native American Studies, The elected marxist president. CAMBODIA l975
Evergreen State College, Olympia WA T, B Gas captured ship, 28 die in copter
http://academic.evergreen.edu/g/grossmaz. crash. ANGOLA l976-92 CO CIA assists South
Wounded Knee 1890. Philippines 1903. African-backed rebels. IRAN l980 T, NT
Vietnam 1966. Iraq 2004. Raid to rescue Embassy hostages (aborted
2Key & Sources. T Troops M Missiles bombing); fails as 8 troops die in
N Naval CO Command Operation B Bombing NU helicopter-plane crash. Soviets warned not
Nuclear Use J Jets NT Nuclear Threat NJ to get involved in revolution.
Naval Jets Among sources used, beside news 24Reagans Cold War Revival 1981-1988.
reports: Congressional Record (23 June Marines, Navy back in Beirut. Grenada
1969), 180 Landings by the U.S. Marine unilateral invasion. Libya bombing. Civil
Corp History Division, Ege & Makhijani war in El Salvador. Naval skirmishes with
in Counterspy (July-Aug, 1982), Iran. Contras in Nicaragua.
"Instances of Use of United States 25LIBYA l981 NJ Two Libyan jets shot
Forces Abroad, 1798-1993" by Ellen C. down in maneuvers. EL SALVADOR l981-92 T,
Collier of the Library of Congress CO Advisors, overflights aid anti-rebel
Congressional Research Service, Daniel war, soldiers briefly involved in1992
Ellsberg in Protest & Survive. hostage clash. NICARAGUA l981-90 N, CO CIA
3This guide does not include: directs exile (Contra) invasions, plants
Mobilizations of the National Guard harbor mines vs Sandinista revolution.
Offshore shows of naval strength LEBANON l982-84 T, N, B Marines expel PLO
Reinforcements of embassy personnel The and back Phalangists, Navy bombs and
use of non-Defense Dept. personnel (such shells Muslim & Syrian positions.
as the DEA) Non-combat mobilizations (such GRENADA l983-84 T, B Invasion four years
as replacing postal strikers) The after revolution ousts regime. HONDURAS
permanent stationing of armed forces l983-89 T Maneuvers help build bases near
Covert actions where the U.S. did not play borders. IRAN l984 J Two Iranian jets shot
a command and control role The use of down over Persian Gulf. LIBYA l986 N, B
small hostage rescue units Military Air strikes to topple nationalist gov't.
training and advisory programs not BOLIVIA 1986 T Army assists raids on
involving direct combat and many other cocaine region. IRAN l987-88 N, M U.S.
military activities. Most uses of proxy intervenes to protect Iraqi tankers in
troops Military exercises Foreign disaster Iran war.
assistance Civic action programs *U.S. 26Bush I interventions 1989-1992. Gulf
piloting of foreign warplanes. War over Kuwait. Somalia landing. Panama
4Land base conquered 1890-1897. Wounded invasion ousts former ally. Los Angeles
Knee massacre. Nicaragua. Chicago Pullman rebellion.
rail strike. 27LIBYA 1989 NJ Two Libyan jets shot
5SO. DAKOTA 1890(-?) T Wounded Knee down. VIRGIN ISLANDS 1989 T St. Croix
massacre of 300 Lakotas ARGENTINA 1890 T Black unrest after storm. PHILIPPINES 1989
Buenos Aires interests protected. CHILE J Air cover provided for government
1891 T Marines clash with nationalist against coup. PANAMA 1989 (-?) T, B
rebels. HAITI 1891 T Black revolt on Nationalist government ousted by 27,000
Navassa defeated. IDAHO 1892 T Army soldiers, leaders arrested, 2000+
suppresses silver miners' strike. HAWAII civilians killed. LIBERIA 1990 T
1893(-?) T, N Independent kingdom Foreigners evacuated during civil war.
overthrown, annexed CHICAGO 1894 T SAUDI ARABIA 1990-91 T, J Iraq countered
Breaking of rail strike, 34 killed. after invading Kuwait. 540,000 troops also
NICARAGUA 1894 T Month-long occupation of stationed in Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE,
Bluefields. CHINA 1894-95 T Marines land Israel. IRAQ 1990-? T, N, B Blockade of
in Sino-Japanese War KOREA 1894-96 T Iraqi and Jordanian ports, air strikes;
Marines kept in Seoul during war. PANAMA 200,000+ killed in invasion of Iraq and
1895 T, N Marines land in Colombian Kuwait; no-fly zone over Kurdish north,
province. NICARAGUA 1896 T Marines land in Shiite south, large-scale destruction of
port of Corinto. Iraqi military. KUWAIT 1991 T, N, B Kuwait
6Spanish-American War Era 1898-1903. royal family returned to throne. LOS
Philippine Insurrection against Spain, ANGELES 1992 T Army, Marines deployed
then U.S. Cuba seized from Spain. Panama against anti-police uprising. SOMALIA
independence, canal zone annexation. Boxer 1992-94 T, N, B U.S.-led United Nations
Rebellion in China. occupation during civil war; raids against
7Mark Twain on the Philippine-American one Mogadishu faction.
War. The completeness of the victory is 28Clinton interventions 1993-2000.
established by this fact: that of the six Continuous Iraq bombings. Bosnia
hundred Moros not one was left alive. The intervention backs Croatia. Sudan bombing.
brilliancy of the victory is established Yugoslavia bombing, Kosovo occupation.
by this other fact, to wit: that of our Reversal of coup against elected leader in
six hundred heroes only fifteen lost their Haiti.
lives. General Wood was present and 29YUGOSLAVIA 1992-94 N NATO blockade of
looking on. His order had been, Kill or Serbia and Montenegro. BOSNIA 1993-? B, J
capture those savages. Apparently our No-fly zone in civil war; downed jets,
little army considered that the or left bombed Serbs. HAITI 1994 T, N Troops
them authorized to kill or capture restore Aristide to office 3 years after
according to taste, and that their taste coup. ZAIRE (CONGO) 1996-97 T Marines at
had remained what it has been for eight Rwandan Hutu refugee camps, in area where
years, in our army out there-the taste of Congo revolution begins. LIBERIA 1997 T
Christian butchers. . . .The enemy Soldiers under fire during evacuation of
numbered six hundred-including women and foreigners. ALBANIA 1997 T Soldiers under
children-and we abolished them utterly, fire during evacuation of foreigners.
leaving not even a baby alive to cry for SUDAN 1998 M Attack on pharmaceutical
its dead mother. This is incomparably the plant alleged to be "terrorist"
greatest victory that was ever achieved by nerve gas plant. AFGHANISTAN 1998 M Attack
the Christian soldiers of the United on former CIA training camps used by
States.. al-Qaeda after attack on Africa embassies.
8CHINA 1898-1900 T Boxer Rebellion IRAQ 1998-? B, M Four days of intensive
fought by foreign armies. PHILIPPINES air strikes after weapons inspectors
1898-1910 (-?) T, N Seized from Spain, allege Iraqi obstructions. YUGOSLAVIA 1999
killed 600,000 Filipinos. CUBA 1898-1902 B, M Heavy NATO air strikes after Serbia
(-?) T, N Seized from Spain, still hold declines to withdraw from Kosovo, followed
Navy base. PUERTO RICO 1898 (-?) T, N by NATO occupation EAST TIMOR 2000 T
Seized from Spain, occupation continues. Logistical team aids Australian-led UN
GUAM 1898 (-?) T, N Seized from Spain, peacekeepers MACEDONIA 2001 T NATO forces
still use as base. MINNESOTA 1898 (-?) T deployed to move Albanian rebels.
Army battles Chippewa at Leech Lake. 30Bush II unilateralism 2001-2008. Iraq
NICARAGUA 1898 T Marines land at port of invasion, occupation. Afghan invasion
San Juan del Sur. SAMOA 1899 (-?) T Battle after 9/11. Theyll never shake the world
over succession to throne. NICARAGUA 1899 of the United States. - GWB, 3-16-04.
T Marines land at port of Bluefields. Permits coup against elected leader of
IDAHO 1899-1901 T Army occupies Coeur Haiti.
d'Alene mining region OKLAHOMA 1901 T Army 31UNITED STATES 2001 N, J Reaction to
battles Creek Indian revolt. PANAMA hijacker attacks on New York, DC
1901-14 T, N Broke off from Colombia 1903, AFGHANISTAN 2001-? T, B, M Massive U.S.
annexed Canal Zone 1914. HONDURAS 1903 T mobilization to overthrow Taliban, hunt Al
Marines intervene in revolution. Qaeda fighters, install Karzai regime.
9Dollar Diplomacy 1903-1912. Gunboat YEMEN 2002 M Predator drone missile attack
Diplomacy in Cuba. Nicaragua landings. on Al Qaeda fighters ( including US
China interventions begin. citizen) 2 years after USS Cole bombed
10DOMINICAN REP. 1903-04 T U.S. PHILIPPINES 2002-? T, N Training mission
interests protected in Revolution. KOREA for Philippine military fighting Muslim
1904-05 T Marines land in Russo-Japanese Abu Sayyaf rebels evolves into US combat
War. CUBA 1906-09 T Marines land in missions in Sulu Archipelago next to
democratic election. NICARAGUA 1907 T Mindanao. COLOMBIA 2003-? T US special
"Dollar Diplomacy" protectorate forces sent to rebel zone to back up
set up. HONDURAS 1907 T Marines land Colombian military protecting oil
during war with Nicaragua PANAMA 1908 T pipeline. LIBERIA 2003 T Brief involvement
Marines intervene in election contest. in peacekeeping force as rebels drove out
NICARAGUA 1910 T Marines land in leader. IRAQ 2003-? T, N, Saddam regime
Bluefields and Corinto. HONDURAS 1911 T toppled in Baghdad. US and UK B, M attack
U.S. interests protected in civil war. and occupy country, fight insurgencies.
CHINA 1911-41 T, N Continuous occupation HAITI 2004-05 T, N Marines land after
with flare-ups. CUBA 1912 T U.S. interests rebels oust elected Pres. Aristide. SYRIA
protected in civil war. PANAMA 1912 T 2008 T Special Forces in helicopter raid 5
Marines land during heated election. miles from Iraq kill 8 Syrian civilians.
HONDURAS 1912 T Marines protect U.S. 32Obama escalation, 2009-2010. Pakistan.
economic interests. NICARAGUA 1912-33 T, B Yemen. Somalia. Predator drone with
10-year occupation, fought guerillas Hellfire missile. AC-130 Gunship.
MEXICO 1913 N Americans evacuated during 33PAKISTAN 2005-? M, B, CO CIA missile
revolution. and air strikes and Special Forces raids
11First World War Era 1914-1919. World on alleged Al Qaeda & Taliban refuge
War I in France. Intervention in Mexican villages kill multiple civilians. Drone
Revolution. Intervention in Russian attacks on Pakistani Taliban network.
Revolution. SOMALIA 2006-? M, N, CO Special Forces
12Marine Major General Smedley Butler advise Ethiopian invasion that topples
War is just a racket. I spent most of my Islamist government; AC-130 strikes ,
time being a high class muscle- man for helicopter raids, Cruise missile attacks
Big Business, for Wall Street and for the vs. Islamist rebels; naval blockade
Bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a against "pirates" &
gangster .I helped make Mexico safe for insurgents. YEMEN 2009 M, CO Cruise
American oil interests in 1914. I helped missile attack on Al Qaeda kills 49
make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the civilians; proxy army raids on southern
National City Bank boys to collect rebels.
revenues in. I helped in the raping of 34New U.S. military base clusters. Gulf
half a dozen Central American republics War, 1991 Yugoslav wars, 1990s Afghan War,
for the benefits of Wall Street. . 2001 4. Iraq War, 2003. Bases built to
Looking back on it, I feel that I could wage wars, or wars waged to build bases?
have given Al Capone a few hints.. Butler Bases as political tripwires. U.S. sphere
in Haiti in 1915. of influence growing between economic
13DOMINICAN REP. 1914 N Fight with competitors in EU & Asia. Z article
rebels over Santo Domingo. COLORADO 1914 T available.
Breaking of miners' strike by Army. MEXICO 351. Defending civilian lives? Military
1914-18 T, N Series of interventions tactics often left behind massive civilian
against nationalists. HAITI 1914-34 T, B "collateral damage. Little
19-year occupation after revolts. distinction between rebels and the
DOMINICAN REP. 1916-24 T 8-year Marine civilians who in rebel zones. Little
occupation. CUBA 1917-33 T Military distinction between military assets and
occupation, economic protectorate. WORLD civilian infrastructure (train lines,
WAR I 1917-18 T, N Ships sunk, fought water plants, agricultural factories,
Germany for 1 1/2 years. RUSSIA 1918-22 T, medicine supplies, etc.) New technologies
N Five landings to fight Bolsheviks PANAMA in each war said to prevent civilian
1918-20 T "Police duty" during casualties, Inevitable civilian deaths
unrest after elections. HONDURAS 1919 T explained away as "accidental,"
Marines land during election campaign. "unavoidable." Iraq 1991, 2003.
YUGOSLAVIA 1919 T Marines intervene for 362. Defending Freedom/Democracy?
Italy against Serbs in Dalmatia. Nearly all interventions defended or
14Interwar Years & WWII 1920-1945. installed pro-U.S. dictators. Ideological
World War II. WWI veterans protest camp agenda (defending capitalism) (Vietnam,
burned in DC. Detroit uprising. Central America) Economic agenda
15GUATEMALA 1920 T 2-week intervention (defending oil or investments) (Persian
against unionists. WEST VIRGINIA 1920-21 Gulf, Chile) A few interventions toppled
T, B Army intervenes against mineworkers. dictatorships that had been backed by U.S.
TURKEY 1922 T Fought nationalists in Intervened to prevent the people from
Smyrna. CHINA 1922-27 T, N Deployment overthrowing their own dictator first, and
during nationalist revolt. HONDURAS installing their own democratic government
1924-25 T Landed twice during election (Panama, Iraq). Reinstalled democratically
strife. PANAMA 1925 T Marines suppress elected leader to office, but undercut his
general strike. CHINA 1927-34 T Marines power and later encouraged his ouster
stationed throughout the country. EL (Haiti). Vietnam 1968. Kuwait 1991. Chile
SALVADOR 1932 N Warships send during 1973.
Farabundo Marti revolt. WASHINGTON DC 1932 373. Stopping atrocities/terrorism and
T Army stops WWI vet bonus protest. WORLD ethnic cleansing? Minimized or defended
WAR II 1941-45 T, N, Hawaii bombed, fought the same actions by the U.S. or its allies
Japan, Germany B, NU and Italy for 3 Double standards: U.S. ally's action by
years; First nuclear war. DETROIT 1943 T definition "defensive," but an
Army put down Black rebellion. enemy's retaliation is by definition
16Trumans Early Cold War 1946-1953. "offensive." Opposed ethnic
Korean War. Greek Civil War. cleansing by Serbs, not by Croatians or
17IRAN 1946 NT Soviet troops told to Albanians. Opposed Iraqi atrocities
leave north. YUGOSLAVIA 1946 N, NT against Kurds, not Turkish atrocities, etc
Response to shoot-down of US plane. etc. U.S. trained exile terrorists
URUGUAY 1947 NT Bombers deployed as show against Cuba & Nicaragua; could they
of strength. GREECE 1947-49 CO U.S. bomb Florida in self-defense? El Mozote
directs extreme-right in civil war. Massacre in El Salvador 1981. Serbs
GERMANY 1948 NT Atomic-capable bombers expelled from Croatia 1995.
guard Berlin Airlift. CHINA 1948-49 T 384. Peacekeeping to keep sides apart?
Marines evacuate Americans before U.S. portrayed as neutral peacekeeper
Communist victory. PHILIPPINES 1948-54 CO with humanitarian motives. Yet often
CIA directs war against Huk Rebellion. divides the country or region into
PUERTO RICO 1950 CO Independence rebellion "friends" and "foes,"
crushed in Ponce. KOREA 1951-53 (-?) T, N, sides with one faction and arms it against
U.S./So. Korea fights China/No. Korea B, another Outside interference enflames
NT to stalemate; A-bomb threat in 1950, rather than dampens a war or civil
and against China in 1953. Still have conflict (Somalia, Bosnia) Preventing
bases. civil war argument can deepen resentment
18Eisenhower Cold War 1953-1960. of U.S. role, serve as self-fulfilling
Democratic govt ousted for Shah of Iran. prophecy (Afghanistan, Iraq). Somalia
Marines in Beirut, Lebanon. Democratic 1992, 1993.
govt ousted in Guatemala. 395. Creating stability? Intervention
19IRAN 1953 CO CIA overthrows democracy, often counterproductive even if one
installs Shah. VIETNAM 1954 NT French accepts U.S. goals/rationales Rather than
offered bombs to use against seige. solving the root political or economic
GUATEMALA 1954 B, CO CIA directs exile roots of the conflict, intervention
invasion after new gov't nationalized U.S. polarizes factions and further destabilize
company lands; bombers based in Nicaragua. the country Culture of mistrust of U.S.
EGYPT 1956 T, NT Soviets told to keep out intentions solidifies over time. The same
of Suez crisis; Marines evacuate countries tend to reappear often on the
foreigners. LEBANON l958 T, N Marine interventions list. (Nicaragua, Haiti,
occupation against rebels. IRAQ 1958 NT Honduras, Philippines, Liberia, Panama,
Iraq warned against invading Kuwait. CHINA Iran, etc.) A U.S. intervention is the
l958 NT China told not to move on Taiwan best way of guaranteeing a future
isles. PANAMA 1958 T Flag protests erupt intervention. Haiti 1919, 1994, 2004.
into confrontation. 406. Weakening brutal dictators?
20Kennedy/LBJ Vietnam Era 1961-1968. Demonization of an enemy leader, or
Vietnam War. Cuban Missile Crisis. Berlin military action against him, tends to
Crisis. African American uprisings in U.S. strengthen rather than weaken his hold on
Dominican invasion. power. Dictator portrays himself as David
21VIETNAM l960-75 T, N, Fought South standing up to the American Goliath.
Vietnam revolt & North Vietnam; B, NT Diverts internal dissent by (accurately)
1-2 million killed in longest U.S. war; blaming many of economic problems on U.S.
atomic bomb threats in l968 and l969. LAOS sanctions, & portraying dissidents as
1962 CO Military buildup during guerrilla U.S. puppets. Regimes most demonized:
war. CUBA l961 CO CIA-directed exile Qaddafi, Castro, Saddam, Kim, Iranian
invasion fails. GERMANY l961 NT Alert ayatollahs Regimes in power the longest:
during Berlin Wall crisis. CUBA l962 N, NT Qaddafi, Castro, Saddam, Kim, Iranian
Blockade during missile crisis; near-war ayatollahs.
with USSR. PANAMA l964 T Panamanians shot 417. We dont commit atrocities. One
for urging canal's return. INDONESIA l965 of the most dangerous ideas of the 20th
CO Million killed in CIA-assisted army century : "people like us" could
coup. DOMINICAN REP. 1965-66 T, B Marines not commit atrocities against civilians.
land during election campaign. GUATEMALA Believed by British & French, Germans
l966-67 CO Green Berets intervene against & Japanese, Israelis & Arabs,
rebels. DETROIT l967 T Army battles Russians & Americans Every country,
African Americans, 43 killed. UNITED every ethnicity, every religion, contains
STATES l968 T After King is shot; over the capability for extreme violence All
21,000 soldiers in cities. groups have a faction that is intolerant
22Nixon/Ford/Carter interventions of other groups, and actively seeks to
1969-1980. Invasions of neutral Cambodia exclude or even kill them (encouraged by
and Laos. Chiles elected president killed war fever) The intolerant faction only
in coup. Wounded Knee siege. Iran raid succeeds in its goals if the rest of the
fails. group acquiesces or remains silent.
23CAMBODIA l969-75 T, N, B Up to 2 Casualty estimates at Historical Atlas of
million killed in decade of bombing, the 20th Century:
starvation, and political chaos. OMAN l970 http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/warstats.h
CO U.S. directs Iranian marine invasion. m.
LAOS l971-73 B, CO U.S. directs South
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