Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security

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Index of names
Adams, John Quincy 272, 307
Adler, Emanuel 78
Afeworki, Issias 224
Amin, Idi 245
Bach, David 220
Baev, Pavel 418
Bajpai, Kanti 122, 124
Barkawi, Tarak 8
Barnett, Michael N. 78, 190, 195, 217
Bélanger, Louis 336
Bergsten, Fred 176
Bhutto, Benazir 108
bin Laden, Osama 75, 205, 206–10, 297
Blair, Tony 363–4
Bolivar, Simón 307, 330, 334
Bourdieu, Pierre 72
Brezhnev, Leonid 401
Bull, Benedicte 289
Bush, George H. W. 335
Bush, George W. 154, 210, 297, 300, 428, 446
Cardoso, Fernando Henrique 326
Carter, Jimmy 153
Castro, Fidel 285, 286, 300, 318, 330
Catherine the Great 432
Cavallo, Domingo 326
Cha, Victor D. 8, 464–5
Chavez, Hugo 330
Chiang Kai-shek 150
Chirac, Jacques 362
Chubin, Shahram 190
Clapham, Christopher 220, 226, 227, 258
Clark, Ian 8
Clausewitz, Carl von 291
Clinton, William J. 119, 296, 297, 389–90
Cook, Robin 363
da Costa, Thomas Guedes 326
Daase, Christopher 78
de Tella, Guido 334
Deudney, Daniel 270, 271
Deutsch, Karl W. 57, 375
Díaz, Profirio 274
Dominguez, Jorge I. 319
Ekeh, Peter 226
Fairbank, John King 180
Fawcett, Louise 78
Ferdinand, Franz 380–1
Fernandez, George 118
Fischer, Joschka 361, 362
Ford, Gerald 296
Fox, Vicente 292
Frello, Birgitta 387
Friedberg, Aaron L. 4, 39
Goldstein, Avery 153
Gonzales, Guadalupe 275
Gorbachev, Mikhail 401
Græger, Nina 387
Grotius, Hugo 54
Guehenno, Jean-Marie 8
Guevera, Che 317–18
Haggard, Stephan 275
Hansen, Birthe 29, 468, 482
Hansen, Lene 387, 388–90
Hassner, Pierre 354
Herz, Monica 322

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