Oil and Geopolitics in the Caspian Sea Region

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Index

a
Abashidze, Asian, 52, 284
Abkhazia:
cease-fire in, 52, 278 ;
role in energy politics, 52, 139, 143, 174 ;
fighting (1998), 256, 281, 283 -84;
peace process, 252, 258, 278 ;
Russian peacekeepers in, 52, 137, 257, 279, 283
Absheron Peninsula, 4, 8, 23, 102, 109, 170
Adams, Terry, 236 -37
Adjaria, 284
Afghanistan:
Civil War, 67, 70, 71, 143 ;
membership in regional organizations, 157 ;
peace talks, 74, 75 ;
role in energy politics, 66, 67, 69, 71, 117, 175, 199, 254 ;
Taliban victories in, 70, 71, 143
Agip:
investments in Azerbaijan, 107, 138 ;
investments in Iran, 170 ;
investments in Kazakstan, 60, 197, 201 ;
investments in Turkmenistan, 221
AIOC. See Azerbaijan International Operating Company
Akhalkalaki, 137, 284
Aktau, 63, 86, 156, 160, 190, 202
Aktöbemunaigaz, 67, 204
Aliyev, Heydar:
assassination attempts against, 263, 268 ;
attitudes toward pipeline routes, 54, 55, 111, 116, 237 ;
oil development policies, 31, 122 ;
relations with Bill Clinton, 113, 136 ;
rise to power, 106, 134, 165 ;
visit to Washington (1997), 109, 142, 146 -47
Aliyev, Ilham, 107
Alma Ata Declaration, 25
Amoco:
investments in Azerbaijan, 107 -8;
investments in Turkmenistan, 221
“Ankara Declaration, ” 285
Aras River, 85, 167
Aram-Pegov Memorandum, 170
ARCO, 201
Armenia:
coup (1998), 264 ;
lobby in the United States, 146, 243 ;
relations with Azerbaijan, 47, 124 ;
relations with Greece, 267 ;
relations with Iran, 163, 171 ;
relations with Russia, 114, 240, 264 ;
relations with Turkey, 163, 267 ;
role in energy politics, 263 ;
Russian military presence, 137, 261, 264, 267 ;
nuclear reactor, 85 -6
Astrakhan, 9
Atyrau, 59, 60, 62, 67, 185, 190
Azerbaijan:
Caspian legal status, views of, 23, 36, 38, 113, 118, 120, 135 -36;
constitution, 166 ;
corruption, 123 ;
democratization, 125 ;
economy, 122 -24;
education, 124 ;
environmental conditions, 86, 103, 168 ;
Islam, 161, 165 -67;
Musavat Party, 167 ;

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