An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Conflict and Conflict Resolution, 1945-1996

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INDEX
This index includes most of the major names, places, events and concepts of importance to the reader. Page numbers are presented in three forms: Those referring to an item or article are presented in bold type, those referring to a book are presented in italic type, and those referring to persons, locales, events and concepts are presented in normal type.
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Aba, See Nigeria.
Abadan, See Iran.
Abbas, Abul, 1,349
Abbas, Ferhat, 1-2
Abboud, Ibrahim, 2,392, 698
Abdallah, Ahmed, 2,11, 512, 675
Abdullah, Emir Seif al-Islam, See Yemen.
Abdullah ibn Husain, 3
Abdullah, Sheikh Mohammed, 3,304
Abeche, See Chad.
Abel, Rudolf, 4,599
Aberdare Forest, See Kenya.
Aboukir Bay, See Egypt.
Abraham, Kinfe, 190
Abu-Amr, Ziad, 231
Abu Aweigila, Sinai, See Israel.
Abu Dhabi, See United Arab Emirates.
Abu Musa, 4,321, 329, 755, 774
Abu Nidal, 4-5,35-36, 38, 77-79, 209, 211, 349, 383, 423, 430, 531, 548, 654, 773
Abu Rudeis, See Egypt.
Accelerated Model Plan, See Vietnam.
Accelerated Pacification Campaign, SeeVietnam.
Accord of Nkomati, 5-6,494, 622
Accra, See Ghana.
SS Achille Lauro,1, 349, 400
Achakzai, Abdus Samad Khan, 6
Acheampong, Ignatius Kutu, 6,13
Action Directe (AD), 6,43, 420, 616
Acyl, Abmat, See Chad.
Adams, Gerry, 334,336
Adan, Abraham, See Israel.
Adana, See Turkey.
Addis Ababa, See Ethiopia.
Aden, See Yemen.
Adenauer, Konrad, See Germany.
Adoula, Cyrille, 7,301, 378, 827
Adrisi, Mustafa, 7
Aduldet, Phumiphon, 24, 7
Afabet, See Ethiopia.
Afars, See Djibouti.
Afghanistan, 7-8,20-21, 92, 108, 150-51, 167, 168, 218, 277, 323, 337, 371-73, 374, 377, 379, 508, 640, 647, 694, 819, 825, 834
African National Congress (ANC), 6, 8-9,86, 456, 533, 620, 622-23, 748, 776
African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC), 9,260, 261

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