The Communist Movement in the Arab World

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Index

a
Abdul Karim Kassim 112
Abdullah Hourani 85
ACP see Algerian Communist Party;
Arab Communist Party
Aden Pact 79
Afghanistan 80 , 128 , 182
Aflaq, Michel 22
Agabekov, George 43
agrarianism 138 , 143 - 156
al-Ansar (the Companions) 34 - 35 , 76
al-Qaddafi see Muammar al-Qaddafi
Algeria 21 - 22 , 28 , 115 , 135 - 136 , 139 - 140
Algerian Communist Party (ACP) 21
Algiers summit 175 - 176
Ali, Salem Rubai 79
All-Arab National Movement 133 - 142
'Amir Abdalla 92 - 93
Arab Executive Committee 137
Arab national cooperative socialism 50
Arab National Liberation Movement 43 - 57 , 133 - 142 , 166 - 172 , 177
Arab oil embargo 74
Arab Rays of Hope Society 63 - 64
Arab Socialist Union (ASU) 23
Arabization 59 - 61
Arab-Israeli war 71 - 76 , 113
Arafat, Yasser 61 - 82 , 84
Armenia 8 , 128
arms sales 74 - 75 , 79 , 81 - 82
Asia 7
ASU see Arab Socialist Union
Aziz al-Hajj 31

b
Baalabakki, Ahmed 90
Ba'athism 21 , 27 , 35 , 80 , 82
Baghdad Pact 22 - 23
Bahrain 171
Baku congress 10 , 42
Bashir Barghouti 1
Bedouins 134 - 135 , 150 - 152 , 158
Bolsheviks 6 - 8 , 12
bourgeois democracy 5 - 6 , 104 - 105
Brezhnev, Leonid 75
Brutents, Karen 56

c
Camp David accords 73 , 82
capitalism 4 - 7
Carr, E.H. 3
Central Bureau of Muslim Communist Organizations 9
Central Treaty Organization 168
China 7 , 14 , 20 , 25 - 27 , 107 , 127 , 165
Cominform 41
Comintern 1 , 12 - 17 , 41 - 42 , 58 - 61
Commissariat of Muslim Affairs 9
Communist International 14
Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) 20 - 21 , 23 - 31 , 41 - 42 , 69 - 70
Cuba 172

d
debt system 152
democracy 98 - 99 , 173 - 174 ;
bourgeois democracy 5 - 6 , 104 - 105 ;
communist party role 32 , 38 - 39 ;
Luxemburg, Rosa 1 - 2 ;
national democracy 49 - 50 ;
revolutionary democracy 25 , 56
Dessouki, Ali 74
Dhahir, Masaud 91
dialectics 5 , 103
disarmament 163 - 164

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables viii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - The Heritage of Arab Communist Parties 1
  • 2 - The Soviet Legacy 17
  • 3 - The Soviet Union and Arab Issues: 1919-1967 41
  • 4 - The Soviet Union and Arab Issues: 1967-1984 71
  • 5 - Perestroika and After 84
  • 6 - The Crisis of Communism in the Arab World 102
  • Appendix 1 124
  • Appendix 2 133
  • Appendix 3 143
  • Appendix 4 147
  • Appendix 5 163
  • Appendix 6 180
  • Notes 186
  • Index 205
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