Thereafter, there were several palace coups
and attempted ones, all signs of the indiscipline and avarice of our military.
Powerful bureaucrats like Ghulam Muhammad, Mohammad Ali and Iskandar Mirza took over reins of the state in a fashion reminiscent of Umayyad era palace coups
Yet a $90 billion merger would necessitate a stock swap that might not be palatable to Temasek or other StanChart shareholders since Barclays shares trade well below tangible book value due to its pathetic ROE, multiple legal swords of Damocles and history of boardroom palace coups
and CEO regicide.
She said Trillanes spent the biggest Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) or pork barrel even when he was in jail for the crime of launching two failed palace coups
Of course, they also get replaced when palace coups
As an ancient historian, this reviewer is often called on to describe long-ago conflicts, from palace coups
to staged confrontations between major military powers.
THIS is traditionally the time of year when council leaders are toppled in unanticipated palace coups
, although the chances of that in Liverpool are vanishingly small.
Who governs DRCongo would not matter, but surely, Africans should never succumb when leaders emerge through the gun, or Washington-backed assassinations, or palace coups
followed by father-son successions or the new-found formula, rigged elections.
When you get right down to it, what are China's leadership transitions if not palace coups
on a regular schedule?
It reveals the emergence of the man and the state, documenting the dramatic palace coups
in Sharjah and the neighbouring emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, set alongside the struggles for power during the formation of the United Arab Emirates 40 years ago.
could take care of internal dissidence without affecting the dominance of the Congress.
were excluded, as were changes in very small nations.) In each country, the report notes the strength of nonviolent civic coalitions, the social forces driving the transition, the level of violence, and whether that violence came from the state, the opposition, or both.