War Scare: Russia and America on the Nuclear Brink

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Index
Abkhazia, 275
ABLE ARCHER military exercise: communications anomalies and, 39; DEFCON-1 and, 39; first-strike and, 44; National Intelligence Estimates and, 42-43; Pershing 11 missiles and, 3-34; Soviet alert and, 41-44; Soviet threat perception and, 33, 36, 37-44; toning down of, 38
Achalov, Vladimir, 141-42, 143, 171- 72, 178
Achalov, Vladislav, 163
Adolfsen, Kolbjoern, 217, 218
Afghanistan, 4, 92, 137, 162
"Against Jews and Heresies, We Will Halt the Apostates," 249
Air Defense Forces, 190, 191, 193, 219-20
Air-launched cruise missiles (ALCMs), 35-36, 111, 211
Akhromeyev, Sergey, 47, 59, 78, 80- 81, 131
Albania, 284
Albright, Madeleine, 242, 243
Alekseyevich, Viktor, 190
Aleksin, Valeriy, 117
Aleksiy II, 250
Alibekov, Kanatjian, 270-71
Aliyev, Geydar, 121, 123
Alksnis, Viktor, 131, 136, 158-59
"All That Has Happened, Alas, Had to Happen," 234-35
Alpha Group, 78, 178
Ames, Aldrich, 47
Anarchy, 134
Andoya Island, 222, 236
Andropov, Igor, 5
Andropov, Irina, 5
Andropov, Yuri: assassination attempt on, 18; background of, 3-4; Brezhnev replaced by, 30; death of, 47; health decline by, 45; Korean Air Lines flight 007 and, 31, 32; Kryuchkov and, 61-62; NATO arms expansion and, 3; Pershing II missiles and, 17; political violence by, 4; Pugo and, 58; Reagan administration and, 12-13; threat perception by, 1, 5, 37; VYRAN and, 9
Annan, Kofi, 288
Antiballistic Missile Defense, 162
Antikainen, Toivo, 4
Anti-NATO Group, 283
Arbatov, Alexei, 129, 145-47, 151, 152, 154
Argentina, 189
Armenia, 89, 104, 113, 114, 115, 124, 205
Armenian-Azerbaijan conflict, 92, 102, 276; balance of power and, 94; birth of, 115-16; Felgengauer and, 124- 26; as grassroots conflict, 116; peace talks and, 123; Russian forces in, 119-20; Russian threat perception and, 117; Ter-Petrosyan and, 94; Turkish forces in, 119-20; war warning and, 121-23, 126-27
Asanbayev, Erik, 112
Aspin, Les, 141
August coup: confrontation with Gorbachev and, 59-61; conspirators of, 57-59; disinformation about, 83- 85; failure of, 78-81, 90-91; first- strike policy and, 81; Maksimov and, 156; Maltsev on, 51;

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