A Guide to the Contemporary Commonwealth

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Index
Abacha, General, 98
ABC members, 129, 134, 156, 159, 180, 193, 206, 207
ABCD – the a.c.u. bulletin of current documentation, 167
Abiola, Chief Moshood, 172
Acheson, Dean, 23
acronyms, 63–5
Acton, Heather, 144
Adeane, Sir Michael, 50, 61
Advisory Group on the future of small states, 116
Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) group, 95, 125
African National Congress, 38, 41, 42
Afrikaner Nationalists, 39
Agreed Memorandum on Secretariat, 25
Agriculture Ministers’ meetings, 94
Alexander of Tunis, Lord, 49
All Blacks, 202, 204, 205, 208
Allam Iqbal Open University of Pakistan, 152
Amery, Leo, 12, 13, 15
Amory, Heathcoat, D., 60, 61
Angola, 40
Anguilla’s secession from St Kitts, 133
Antigua, 115
Anyaoku, Chief Emeka, 42, 43, 82, 96, 133, 137, 163, 182, 184, 199, 224, 233
Anzus Pact, 1952, 121
Aotea Centre, Auckland, 79
apartheid
Commonwealth issue, 31, 42
EPG report, 41
Front Line States, 122
opposition to, 38–43, 89, 133
policy of, 39
South Africa returns to Commonwealth, 69, 96
thaw in, 82, 87
Wind of Change, 40
arms sales to South Africa, 26
Armstrong, Lord, 88
arts and cultural festivals, 145
Asean (1967), 121
Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC), 116, 125
Asia-Pacific region, 102, 107, 216
associated states, 75
Association for Commonwealth Studies, 109, 197, 199
Association of Commonwealth Universities, 61, 106, 164, 166, 196
Attlee, Clement, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 70, 71
Austin, Denis, 38, 63, 65
Australia
Canberra Pact (1944), 121
Canberra seminar (1997), 102, 108
C-Mag member, 99
COL contribution, 151, 152
Commonwealth broadcasting conference, 168
cricket and rugby, 202
criteria group member, 76
Dominion status, 8, 9, 11, 12
EPG member, 41
Governors-General, 50
H-Lag member, 87
Macmillan’s visit, 72
nation, 8
republicans, 55
Royal title, 20
Scholarship and Fellowship Plan, 183, 186
Secretariat contribution, 129
Secretariat idea, 21
sports assistance by, 206
UN founder member, 113
women’s franchise, 178
Bahamas, 7, 39, 41, 76, 87
Balfour, Lord, 9, 12, 13, 27

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