The Lost Equilibrium: International Relations in the Post-Soviet Era

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Abbreviations

AIOC: Azerbaijan International Operating Company

ABM: Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty

ANC: African National Congress

APEC: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

ASEAN: Association of Southeast Asian Nations

BMD: Ballistic Missile Defense

CACM: Central American Common Market

CENTCOM: Central Command (US)

CFA: Communaute Financiere Africaine

CFE: Conventional Forces in Europe

CFSP: Common Foreign and Security Policy

CIA: Central Intelligence Agency

CIS: Commonwealth of Independent States

CMEA: Council for Mutual Economic Assistance

COCOM: Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls

CSCE: Council for Security and Cooperation in Europe

DIA: Defense Intelligence Agency

DCI: Director of Central Intelligence

DDI: deputy director of intelligence

DRC: Democratic Republic of the Congo

DPRK: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)

ECOWAS: Economic Community of West African States

ECOMOG: Economic Community of West African States Monitoring Group

ECSC: European Coal and Steel Community

EEC: European Economic Community

EU: European Union

FMLN: Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front

FIS: Front Islamique de Salut (Islamic Liberation Front)

FRG: Federal Republic of Germany

FTA: Free Trade Area

FTAA: Free Trade Area of the Americas

GCC: Gulf Cooperation Council

GDP: Gross Domestic Product

GDR: German Democratic Republic

GNP: gross national product

GPC: General People’s Congress

IAEA: International Atomic Energy Agency

ICBM: Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles

ICTY: International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia

IFOR: Implementation Force

IMEMO: Institute of World Economics and International Relations

IMF: International Monetary Fund

IRA: Irish Republican Army

ISKAN: USA and Canada Institute

KEDO: Korean Energy Development Organization

KLA: Kosovo Liberation Army

LDC: less-developed country

MAD: mutually assured destruction

MBFR: mutual and balanced force reductions

MERCOSUR: Mercado Comun del Sur (South American Common Market)

MIRV: multiple independently targeted re-entry vehicles

MPLA: Movimento Popular de Libertacao de Angola

NACC: North Atlantic Cooperation Council

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