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  1. Jul 2022
  2. Mar 2022
    1. What history teaches us about how autocrats lose power — and how Putin might hang on.

      Putin has spent a significant amount of resources on making his regime coup-proof and revolution-proof. His main strategy is to minimize any chances of coordination.

  3. Jan 2022
  4. Nov 2018
    1. Finally, 2011 seemed to herald the true beginning of a new era, with a transformed communication landscape.

      There are some commonly reported misconceptions about revolutions and coups, particularly with respect to military take overs of television and newspapers, that the average reader may wish to familiarize themselves with as they enter this area. One of the best resources I've seen for this is a recent recap by On The Media.

  5. Oct 2018
  6. May 2018
    1. Much of this research can be analyzed under what Bliss, Robinson, Hilton, & Wiley (2013b) call the COUP framework: measuring factors related to cost, outcomes, use, and perceptions of open textbooks.
  7. Dec 2016
    1. Trump claims nobody brought up Russian hacking before the election. It was already made public on October 7. And he had been personally briefed about it before denying Russian involvement during the debates.


      (On Google Chrome, hypothesis fails to open for me on that nbcnews page.)