Subversion of political order

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Cracks in the Covert Iceberg
Editorial by Greg Guma, Toward Freedom, May 1998. Early this year, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was President Carter's national security advisor at the time, finally admitted that covert US intervention began long before the USSR sent in troops to Afghanistan.
ACRI: Working with African Nations to Build Regional Stability
Interview of Ambassador Aubrey Hooks, Special Coordinator for ACRI, U.S. Department of State (Washington, DC) by Susan Ellis, 10 September 2001. The principal challenge for the African Crisis Response Initiative (ACRI) as it enters the next millennium is trying to respond to the growing interest on the part of African countries that would like to participate in the program.
Assassination—a two edged weapon
By Richard M. Bennett, 24 June 2002. President Bush has recently signed an intelligence order authorizing the CIA and related Special forces to overthrow, capture or indeed kill the leader of a foreign country.
The real Regime Change...
Richard K. Moore, Cyberjournal, 30 October 2002. If someone thinks of ‘regime change’ as a new approach, invented for Saddam, then they are buying into the centuries of lies about benevolent intervention.
Iran, Syria, Libya For Regime Change Next; Says Richard Perle
World, 25 February 2003. The United States will not be satisfied with toppling Saddam Hussein, but also seeks to change other regimes throughout the Arab world.
The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
By Naomi Klein, The Nation, 2 May 2005. The doctrine of preventive war took a major leap forward when the White House created the Office of the Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization. Its mandate is to draw up elaborate post-conflict plans for up to twenty-five countries that are not, as of yet, in conflict.