Ethnic Identity Groups and U.S. Foreign Policy

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ACEN. See Assembly of Captive European Nations
ADL. See Anti-Defamation League
Africa:
African-American kinship with, 72-74 ;
and United States interests, 47-52.
See also Rwanda;
South Africa
African-Americans:
identity formation and mobilization of, 74-77 ;
kinship with Africa, 72-74 ;
and opposition to apartheid, 79-81 ;
and reaction to Rwandan Genocide, 83-86
African National Congress (ANC), 48, 56, 79-80
Afrikaners, 2, 50, 52, 54-56, 58, 62, 78
AGR. See Armenian Genocide
AIPAC. See American Israel Public Affairs Committee
AJC. See American Jewish Committee
AJCongress. See American Jewish Congress
Albania, 102, 107
Albanian-Americans, 162
Aliyev, Heydar, 150-51, 174
American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 2, 11, 147, 153, 158-59, 182, 203, 209
American Jewish Committee (AJC), 147-, 48, 153, 159, 161, 171, 188, 209
American Jewish Congress (AJCongress), 147-, 48, 153, 159, 209
ANC. See African National Congress
ANCA. See Armenian National Committee of America
Anglo-Saxonism:
and Darwinism, 22-24 ;
and United States domestic policy, 24-25 ;
and United States foreign policy, 4-5, 25-28, 35-, 41, 199-201
Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 147, 153, 159
apartheid:
African-American opposition to, 79-81 ;
in global context, 56-58 ;
United States criticism of, 60-64 ;
and United States interests, 47-52 ;
United States policy toward creation of, 54-56, 78-79.
See also South Africa
Arab-Americans, 2 ;
impediments to lobbying strength of, 189, 207 ;
mobilization of, 7, 9.
See also Muslim-Americans
Armenia, 5 ;
conflict with Azerbaijan, 150-153, 174-175 ;
geopolitics of, 149-153 ;
relations with diaspora, Armenia, relations with diaspora (continued),175-76, 178-79, 185-87 ;

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