Index
Abadan, 241
Abercrombie, Ralph, 116n
accommodation, 2, 204, 342; American revolution and, 281; by England of Soviet Union, 176, 178; Iranian revolution and, 256, 259; Mexican revolution and, 296; Russian civil war and, 158-60, 163-64, 203-4, 207
Acheson, Dean, 35, 313, 315-18, 322
Adams, John, 271n, 276-77, 285n, 329
Adams, John Quincy, 285n
Afghanistan. See Soviet Union
Africa, sub-Saharan, 350
Aland Islands, 167
Albania, 300
Algeria, Islamic Salvation Front in, 247, 248n. See also Iranian revolution
Algiers accord, 238
Allende, Salvador, 336n
Alsace, 56, 60, 63, 69, 120
Amal, 249
Amanullah, Emir, 180-81
American Independence, War of, 269-71, 280, 283; France and, 47, 53
American revolution, 13n, i6, 269-87, 310, 327, 330, 337n, 344; Barbary states and, 280, 284; comparison with other revolutions, 283, 287; Continental Congress of, 270; England and, 270-72, 280, 327-28, 332; Founding Fathers and, 270, 271n, 281-83, 285-86; France and, 270-71, 280, 327-28, 332; Indian tribes and, 271, 284; Latin America and, 281; Model Treaty and, 270, 283; Spain and, 270-71, 280. See also American Independence, War of; United States
Amiens, 117
Amiens, Peace of, 278
al-Amin, Sayyid Ibrahim, 245
Amur, 152
Anatolia, 299-303, 307
Anglo-French convention, 150
Anglo-Persian treaty ( 1919), 179-80
Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907, 179
Anglo-Soviet trade agreement ( 1921), 175-79, 188, 195, 204
Angola, 336n
Ankara, 306
Antoinette, Marie, 58, 96
Arbenz, Jacobo, 35, 336n
Archangel, 134, 136-37, 141, 146
Armenia, 166, 182, 301, 304, 329, 347-48
Armstrong, David, 7
Articles of Confederation, 271-72, 283
Artois, comte d', 54, 58, 61n, 64. See also Louis XVIII
al-Assad, Hafez, 249
Auckland, Lord. See William Eden
Austria: mobilization of forces ( 1792), 72; formal convention with Prussia ( 1791), 63, 65; and War of the First Coalition, 72, 74-75, 7778, 80, 82, 89-91, 96-97, 101, 104-8; and War of the Second Coalition, 110-11, 113-14, 117. See also specific revolutions
Austria-Hungary, 154, 300
Austrian Netherlands, 71, 74-75, 80, 119
Austro-Prussian alliance, 70, 73, 120
Avignon, 56, 60, 70
Azerbaijan, 166, 180, 182, 304, 347-48
Aziz, Tariq, 239
Baath regime, 237-39, 261
Babeuf, François-Noel ( Gracchus), 109n
Baden, 89
Bahonar, Mohammed, 217
Bahrain, 244, 261

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  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - A Theory of Revolution and War 18
  • 3 - The French Revolution 46
  • 4 - The Russian Revolution 129
  • 5 - The Iranian Revolution 210
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