|ACEN. See Assembly of Captive European Nations |
|ADL. See Anti-Defamation League |
|African-American kinship with, 72-74 ;|
| and United States interests, 47-52. |
|identity formation and mobilization of, 74-77 ; |
| kinship with Africa, 72-74 ; |
| and opposition to apartheid, 79-81 ; |
| and reaction to Rwandan Genocide, 83-86|
|African National Congress (ANC), 48, 56, 79-80|
|AGR. See Armenian Genocide |
|AIPAC. See American Israel Public Affairs Committee |
|AJC. See American Jewish Committee |
|AJCongress. See American Jewish Congress |
|ANC. See African National Congress |
|ANCA. See Armenian National Committee of America |
|and United States domestic policy, 24-25 ; |
|African-American opposition to, 79-81 ; |
|in global context, 56-58 ; |
|United States criticism of, 60-64 ; |
|and United States interests, 47-52 ; |
|United States policy toward creation of, 54-56, 78-79. |
|impediments to lobbying strength of, 189, 207 ; |
|See also Muslim-Americans |
|relations with diaspora, Armenia, relations with diaspora (continued),175-76, 178-79, 185-87 ; |
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Book title: Ethnic Identity Groups and U.S. Foreign Policy.
Contributors: Thomas Ambrosio - Editor.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: 227.
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