The Great Transition: American-Soviet Relations and the End of the Cold War

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Index
Abalkin, Leonid, 422, 438, 453-54
Abe, Shintaro, 662
Able Archer ( NATO exercise, November 1983), 138-40, 142n
Abkhazia, 395, 430, 601, 787-89
Abrams, Elliott: attitude toward Soviet Union, 249; human rights, 26; meeting with Pavlov on Central America, 368
ACDA. See Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Academy of Sciences ( USSR), 150, 248, 261, 390
Achalov, Vladislav, 476
Adamishin, Anatoly, 318, 342, 368, 739
Adelman, Kenneth L., 14, 198, 277, 325, 511n
Admiral Nakhimov, 302
Afanasyev, Yury, 440
Afghanistan, 698, 699, 716, 747-48; Agreement on the Interrelationships for the Settlement of the Situation Relating to Afghanistan, 345-46; China, 625, 627, 631, 636, 652, 713; coup 1978, 22n; drug trade, 273, 700; effects on dU+00E9tente, 56n, 210n, 542; Egypt, 713; Geneva accords, 736-38; Iran, 713, 722, 723; Iran-contra scandal, 295, mujahedin insurgents, 18-19, 687, 691, 692, 699, 700, 712, 722, 738; negotiations, 117-18, 341, 415, 735-37; Pakistan, 346, 363, 700, 712, 713, 714, 722, 724, 725, 728, 730, 736-37, 763, 776; post-Cold War era, 489, 778, 796; Saudi Arabia, 691, 712, 723; Soviet intervention in, 2, 18, 22n, 261, 351, 687-88, 712, 716-17, 723, 736-37; Soviet policies/relations, 50, 54, 75, 244-45, 258-59, 346, 378, 388-89, 489, 546n, 652, 687-88, 712, 717, 719, 721-30, 736n, 737, 754; Soviet withdrawal, 214, 245-46, 263, 296-97, 316, 320, 321, 331-32, 341, 344, 345-46, 354, 356, 378, 401, 652, 655, 714, 727-30, 735-38, 770-76; Stinger missiles, 713, 714, 723, 729; summit meetings, 245-46, 330, 468; United Nations, 688, 709, 722, 724, 730; U.S. policies/relations, 18-19, 271, 272, 273, 295, 296, 317n, 321, 331-32, 341, 344, 346, 378, 489, 542, 636, 681, 687, 692, 694, 699, 700-01, 712-14, 723, 725, 729, 730, 736, 737, 759, 760, 762, 776; U.S. Embassy ( Kabul), 231, 738n; U.S. support to insurgency, 50, 154, 270-71, 272, 296, 331-32, 335, 341, 344, 346, 378, 679n, 681, 687, 691, 692, 700, 712, 714, 716, 723, 736-37, 762, 763; U.S.-USSR consultations, 218, 267, 272, 280, 318, 378, 415, 434, 489, 499, 714, 722, 726, 730, 736, 776; as a factor in U.S.-Soviet relations, 18-21, 47, 50, 56n, 96, 104, 107, 109, 152, 154, 208, 220, 223, 227, 245, 250, 272, 275, 297, 311, 313, 315, 316, 321, 344, 468, 489, 694, 696, 712, 713-14, 723, 725,
Afghanistan Day, 98, 272, 688
Africa, 70, 75, 382, 434, 627, 690-91, 700, 711, 714-15, 716, 716n, 730-31, 739, 741, 795
Aganbegyan, Abel, 438
Agea, Mehmet Ali, 92, 94, 95, 225n
Agency for International Development (AID), 97
Agreement on the Prevention of Dangerous Military Activities, 527
Airland Battle concept, 530
Air-launched cruise missiles (ALCMs), 314, 353, 423, 512-13; "Tacit Rainbow," 424n
Akayev, Askar, 475, 481, 485
Akhromeyev, Sergei F., 76, 186, 292, 360n, 367, 368-69, 383, 423; Able Archer exercise, 139n; Afghanistan, 722n, 723n, 726, 729, 735n-36n; Agreement on the Prevention of Dangerous Military Activities, 527; arms control, 312, 330,

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