The Lost Equilibrium: International Relations in the Post-Soviet Era

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Index
Amin, Idi (Uganda), 90
Africa, 15; and benefits from during the cold war, 77–78; end of cold war and its effect on, 77–96, 347–48; and post-colonial search for a new order, 77–81, 88–96; marginalization/neglect of by superpowers, 77–96; as potential threat to superpowers, 83–86; and alliances, 85–86; economy of in post-cold war era, 87–90, 96; political openness in, 91–92; interstate relations in, 92–95; and economic crisis in, 79; and conflict in Angola, 94; authoritarian governments in, 89; Central African Republic, 90; and the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo), 87, 92, 93–95; guerilla warfare in, 93; market competition in, 86–88; and the Indian Ocean fleet, 82; and ethnic conflict in Rwanda, 93; and ethnic conflict in Uganda, 93–94; and ethnic conflict in Zaire, 93–94; and ethnic conflict in Zimbabwe, 94
African National Congress (ANC), 84
Aganbegyan, Abel (Soviet economist): and Soviet economic collapse, 39
Agroprom, 300
Akhromeyev, Marshal Sergei (chief of the Soviet general staff), 38–39
Albright, Madeleine (U.S. Secretary of State); and Africa, 79; and Kosovo, 244; and NATO enlargement, 246; and her January 1999 visit to Moscow, 287–88; and the Founding Act, 294; and Russia, 328, 340; and the Bosnian crisis, 335
Al-Hayat (pan-Arab daily newspaper), 114
Aliev, President Heydar (Azerbaijan), 265
Al-Jazzira (television channel), 108–9
Alliance for Progress (1961), 53
America Latina, 49
Al-Sabah family (Kuwait), 132–34
Al-Sa’ud family (Saudi Arabia), 132–34
Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) defense system, 30, 35
Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty (1972), 30, 185, 299–300, 303, 323–25
Apartheid: in South Africa, 78–79, 84, 282
Arab-Israeli relations/conflict, 100, 107–8, 116–22, 126
Arab-Mahgreb Union, 116
“arms bazaar”: and Ukraine as a potential rival of Russia in, 270
arms control. See specific treaty
Aronson, Bernard (Assistant Secretary of State), 56
Asia: and the new Russian Federal Assembly’s policies in, 287. See also Northeast Asia; South Asia
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): and East Asia’s power balance, 170; and Russian participation in, 181–82, 281
Aslund, Anders (Swedish economist): and Soviet economic collapse, 39
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): and East Asia’s power balance, 170; and U.S. desire to strengthen relations with, 296
Atlanticism, 145; Yeltsin’s version of, 142
Autonomy: in Africa, 79, 89, 92–93; in the Middle East, 109, 110; in the USSR, 166; in China, 174; in the Russian Far East, 180; in Europe, 205; in Yugoslavia and Serbia, 211
Azerbaijan-Georgia pipeline, 264, 265 373

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