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

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Index
Notes: All references are to United States and multilateralism unless otherwise specified. Most organizations are entered under their acronyms. Page numbers in bold indicate chapters
Abbott, K. 95 n
ABM (Anti-Ballistic Missile) treaty 1 , 2 , 47 , 68
Abugre, C. 113 n
Abuja Treaty 177
ACABQ 44-5
accommodationism 173 , 174-5 , 180-3 , 235-6
resurgence 183-5
Acheson, D. 63 , 65
ACP (African, Caribbean, and Pacific Countries) 188
ACRI (African Crisis Response Initiative) 185
AD (anti-dumping) 124 , 127 , 129 , 134
Act 131 n, 133
Adler, S. 218 n
AfDB (African Development Bank) 102 n
Afghanistan 30 , 198 , 236
Taleban and Al Qaeda 74 , 80 , 89
Africa 9 , 18 , 21 , 150 , 167-92 , 268 , 269 , 270 , 271
and ambivalence 51-3
before 1990s 176-7
continuity and change in policy 169-76
and exceptionalism 32-3 , 35
in 1990s 177-91
conflict management 179
disarmament and humanitarian law 179
globalization 178-9
multilateral agenda 185-90
multilateralism and accommodationism 180-5 , 190-1
regional economic integration 177-8
and security, economy, and democracy linked 180
major crisis areas see Angola ; Congo ; Ethiopia/Eritrea ; Rwanda ; Sierra Leone ; Somalia ; South Africa
and Security Council 75 , 76-82passim, 84 , 87 , 88 , 90 , 91
World Bank and IMF 102 n, 105see also NEPAD
Africa Leadership Forum 180
African Crisis Response Initiative 184
African Development Bank 188
African Trade and Investment Caucus 183
AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area) 210
agenda control 17-18
'agent slack' 121
Aggarwal, V. K. 57 n
AGOA (African Growth and Opportunity Act) 169 , 183 , 186-91passim
aid 100-1 , 188see also debt
AIDS/HIV in Africa 183 , 184 , 185 , 189 , 190
Al Qaeda 74 , 89
Alaska 243
Albania 14
Albright, M. 26 n, 77 , 90
Alexander, N. 113 n
Algeria 179 , 191
Algiers Summit and Declaration 177 , 178 , 185 , 186 , 190
Alliance for Progress (OAS) 252
Allison, G. 10
Alvarez, L. 45 n
ambivalence about economy and security 19-20 , 49-71 , 270
state power and institutions 51-4see also economic cooperation ; institution-building
Americas 18 , 22 , 239-63 , 269 , 271
areas see Canada ; Latin America
background/history 240-6
and Europe 'Pax Atlantica' and under Europe
organizations see Andean Pact ; Mercosur
AMU (Arab Mahgreb Union) 177

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