U.S. Hegemony and International Organizations: The United States and Multilateral Institutions

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List of Abbreviations
ABM Anti-Ballistic Missile (Treaty)
ACRI African Crisis Response Initiative
AD Anti-dumping
AFTA ASEAN Free Trade Area
AGOA African Growth and Opportunity Act
AMU Arab Mahgreb Union
ANZUS Australia, New Zealand and the United States
APEC Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
ARF ASEAN Regional Forum
ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations
ATRIP African Trade and Investment Program
AU African Union
CFCs Chlorofluorocarbons
COMESA Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
CRS Congressional Research Service
CSCAP Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific
CSSDCA Conference on Security, Stability, Development, and Cooperation in Africa
CTBT Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
CVD Countervailing duties
DPRK Democratic People's Republic of Korea
DSB Dispute Settlement Body
DSM Dispute Settlement Mechanism
EAEC East Asia Economic Caucus
EASR East Asia Strategy Report
ECA Economic Commission for Africa
ECCAS Economic Community of Central African States
ECOMOG ECOWAS Military Observer Group
ECOWAS Economic Community of West African States
ESDP European Security and Defence Policy
EU European Union
FPDA Five Power Defence Arrangement
FSC Foreign Sales Corporation
G 77 Group of 77
GAO General Accounting Office
GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
GCC Global Climate Coalition
GPA Government Procurement Agreement

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