The regime change agenda has dominated political discourse in Zimbabwe in the 21st century. Attempts at deposing the ZANU PF regime have resulted in adverse social, economic and political consequences which have compromised development processes. The regime change agenda has been championed by Western forces as well as local opposition groups. The plot to remove Mugabe's ZANU PF regime emerged against the backdrop of economic mismanagement and the government's decision to embark on land reform which targeted mainly white farmers. The book explores the sources of the regime change agenda.It examines the form the agenda assumed. It also explains how ZANU PF thwarted the regime change not just through repression but also through political dexterity and popularity derived from the liberation war. Lastly, the book forecasts the future of the regime change agenda in Zimbabwe.