Ethnic Conflict in the Post-Soviet World: Case Studies and Analysis

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INDEX
Abdujabbor, Tokhir, 261, 269
Academy of Sciences Institute of the Problems of Northern Minorities, 168
Adolat party, 284, 285
Adylov, Mirolim, 286
Afanasev, Lazar, 162
Afghanistan, 258
Age, and tolerance, 48, 55, 56
Ahunov, Paul, 155
Akhunov, Pulatjan, 286
Albania, and Roma, 310
Al-Biruni, 280
Aliyev, Heidar
and Iran, 243-244
and Nagorno-Karabagh, 236, 242
and Turkey, 245
Alliance of Reformist Forces, in Bosnia, 24
All Russian Center for Public Opinion Research (VTsIOM) survey, 143-144, 214, 334
Almaz-Rossiia-Sakha company, 165
Ambartsumov, Evgenii, 240
Amnesty International, 269, 318
Antall, 49
Anti-Semitism, in Russia, 133, 134, 137, 140
Arakchaa, Ara-Kys, 190
Ardzinov, Mikhail, 287
Armenia, 132
See also Nagorno-Karabagh Autonomous Region
Arutiunian, 231
Aslonov, Kadriddin, 264, 268
Association for Moravia and Silesia, 79
Association of Northern Governments, 169
Association of Russian Artists, 134
Association of the Peoples of Tatarstan, 205
Avicenna, 280
Azerbaijan, 132
See also Nagorno-Karabagh Autonomous Region
Azerbaijani Popular Front, 233, 234
“Az i ia” (Suleymenov), 131
Baburyan, Garen, 235-236
Baltic States, importance of, 87, 88
Bashkiria, 132
Beissinger, Mark, 112
Bekmukhamedov, Uktam, 287-288
Belarus, 132, 152
migration to, 333
Birlik (Unity) party, of Uzbekistan, 283-286, 288-289
Black Sea Fleet, 116, 295
Boban, Mate, 24, 25
Bohemia, 71, 72
Bolyai University, 44
Bonner, Elena, 269
Borisov, Andrei, 162
Bosnia, 15-35, 58
Croats in, 19-21, 23-26
economy of, 22-23, 27-28
national identity of, 15, 18-22
politics in, 23-24, 26-27
resolution of conflict in, 30-35
war in, 25-28
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, 33, 237, 246, 247
Brezhvev, Leonid, 112
Bugaev, Abdulla, 220
Bukhara region, of Uzbekistan, 279, 293
Bulgaria
ethnic tolerance in, 37-62
and Roma, 310, 311, 313, 317
Burg, Steven, 37
Canada, 169
Carnogursk, Jan, 70
Carrington, Lord Peter, 31
Ceauşescu, Nicolae, 40, 42, 309

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