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What lurks behind US-backed "color revolutions?"

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-01-14 15:46

Whether the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia in 2003, the "Orange Revolution" in Ukraine in 2004, the "Tulip Revolution" in Kyrgyzstan in 2005 or the "Arab Spring" in Asia and Africa in 2011, the past decades have seen the US plan and implement "color revolutions," or wars without gunpowder, in many places around the world, frantically exporting "American values."

Instead of launching military operations directly in the name of "democracy," the US prefers to use color revolutions as a tool to intervene in other countries' internal affairs, subverting governments in order to reinforce its global control, which the US has found more efficient and economical.

However, what color revolutions leave in their wake is neither peace nor Western democracy, but mass confusion, chaos and destruction.

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