The nation's brief respite from military rule came to an abrupt end on February 1.
Amirani argues that the 1953 coup became the "playbook" for future U.S. covert actions in countries such as Guatemala, Vietnam, and Chile.
No other obvious candidates
Yup, we've certainly helped set that country straight, eh?
Officials believe it's essential to maintaining stability in the region
57 killed in Sunday clashes
Stop us if you've heard this one ...
Wants alternative to country's current polarization
Give the coup a public stamp of approval
Coptic Christians reported campaign against them
Security crackdowns appear to unite the opposition
Yeah, that probably wasn't going to happen
You can't just turn it on and off
Military regimes do love their things that go bang
Gassed while trying to escape, if you believe the official story
173 killed on Friday
Come under attack on way to Interior Ministry building