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1954: Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz is overthrown in a CIA-backed coup.Yes
https://www.nytimes.com/1954/07/06/archives/guatemala-peace-won-by-teamwork-salvadoru-s-effort-turned-obvious.html
khalil: I wanted to add citations to nyt's editorial archive, but you need a subscription to the timemachine thing
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1961: Cuba, bay of pigs (attempted coup)Yes
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1964: Leftist President Joao Goulart of Brazil is overthrown in a U.S.-backed coup that installs a military government lasting until the 1980s.Yes
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1965: Domonican Republic military intervention/counter-coupYes
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1973 Chile Yes
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1976 Argentina Yes
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1983: U.S. forces invade Caribbean island of Grenada after accusing the government of allying itself with Communist Cuba.No/Mixed. You tell me Jim?
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1989: U.S. invades Panama to oust strongman Manuel Noriega.Yes
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1994: A U.S.-led invasion of Haiti is launched to remove the military regime installed by a 1991 coup that ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. The invasion restores Aristide.Yes
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2002: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is ousted for two days before retaking power. He and his allies accuse the U.S. of tacit support for the coup attempt.Yes
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2009: Honduran President Manuel Zelaya overthrown by military. U.S. accused of worsening situation by insufficient condemnation of the coup.Mixed
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2019: Venzeulan attempted coupYes
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