The Carter Years: Toward a New Global Order

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Aaron, David
Brzezinski's deputy, 18
on European military balance, 63
and LRTNF decision, 73
SCC meeting, March 10, 1977, 19
SCC meeting on Cuban brigade, 390
Abate, Atnafu, Ethiopian leader, 139-40
Adams, Brock, U.S. secretary of transportation, 439
Adelman, M. A., 421
Afghanistan
external factors in Soviet invasion timing, 465
growth of resistance in, 458
popular resistance to Soviets, 466
Soviet invasion of, 420
in Soviet strategy, 457
Air-Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM), 32, 35 (see also Cruise missile)
agreement within reach, 243
as counter to SS-18, 76
in SALT negotiations, 237, 243
Ali, Salim Rubaya, president of South Yemen, 200-203
Amalrik, Andrei, USSR dissident, 7
Amin, Hafizullah, Afghan Khalq leader
April 1978 coup, 189
eclipses Taraki, 459-60
forces removal of Puzanov, 461
issue of requesting Soviet assistance, 462-63
retreats to Darulaman Palace, 463
Soviet attempts to assassinate, 460, 463
anticommunism and human rights, 6-7
antihegemony clause, 92
Apel, Hans, West German defense minister, 73
Arbatov, Georgi, USSR specialist in American affairs
analysis of Carter leadership, 185
attacks Deng's policy, 307-8
warns against U.S.-China alliance, 243
Argentina, 357
Armed Forces of National Resistance (FARN)
in El Salvador, 511
Assad, Hafez, president of Syria, 137
Azerbaijanis, Iranian minority, 444
Azhari, Reza Gholam, Iranian general, 253-54
Backfire bomber
in April 1978 Vance-Gromyko talks, 187
in arms control negotiations, 11
compromise on, 377
B-1 bomber, 12, 17
B-52 bomber, as cruise missile carrier, 17
Baker, Howard, U.S. senator
and Cuban combat brigade, 394
reaction to Gromyko speech, 400
Bahr, Egon, SPD-left leader, 63, 83n.85
Bakhtiar, Shapour, prime minister of Iran
coalition government of, 266
collapse of government, 272
flees, 271
shah's choice to form government, 261

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