The Decline of the Soviet Union and the Transformation of the Middle East

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Index
Afghanistan, 2, 10, 36, 175, 214
Arab States
changed Soviet attitude toward, 10-14, 231
reaction to collapse of Communism, 3, 183, 188, 189
reaction to Soviet Jewish immigration to Israel, 67, 73, 86, 186-187
Ararat, Yasser, 1, 164, 171, 172, 175, 183, 229. See also Palestine Liberation Organization
al-Assad, Hafez. See Syria
Azerbaijan. See Central Asian Muslim states
Baker, James, 20, 42, 160, 170, 219
Baltic states, 125, 169
Bessmertnykh, Aleksander, 22, 41-42, 80- 81, 87, 170
Bush, George
and Helsinki summit with Gorbachev, 39, 115
and "New World Order," 20, 173, 218, 222
perspective on Gorbachev's reforms, 217-218
See also United States
Central Asian Muslim states, 1, 3, 24, 135, 174, 175
fascination with Turkish model, 141
and Iran as model, 135
and "Islamic Challenge," 3, 148
relations with Gorbachev, 140-144
uncertain post-independence foreign policies, 149-150
Clinton, Bill, 229
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), 3, 23-24, 84
internal divisions, 118-129
uncertain foreign policies, 132, 189
Czechoslovakia. See Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe
post-Communist relations with Israel, 204-206
role in Persian Gulf conflict, 196-197, 202-204
support of Middle East terrorism, 3-4, 157, 192-193
East Germany. See Eastern Europe
Egypt, 12, 13, 185
Glasnost (as factor in Soviet foreign policy), 12-13, 56, 155, 185
Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeyevech
attitude toward Arab states, 2, 10-14
attitude toward Iran-Iraq War, 33
attitude toward Israel, 2, 11, 22, 57, 59, 82, 83, 87, 161-162
attitude toward United Nations, 2, 9, 82, 110-116
attitude toward United States, 57, 58, 81
concern about Jewish settlements, 73, 75, 164
cooperation with West in controlling terrorism, 194-195
failed coup against, 81, 87, 173, 189
and Helsinki summit with George Bush, 39
and "New Political Thinking," 1, 7, 8- 10, 28-30, 55-56, 60, 85, 160, 193
reaction to Persian Gulf conflict, 2, 14- 19, 36-44, 78, 168-169
relations with CIS, 124-129

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