INDEX
Accident, war by, 160-61, 167 ff
Adenauer, Konrad, 56, 58
Afghanistan, 100, 104, 142
Africa, 23, 75-79, 95-96, 115, 118-19, 209, 241; Communist broadcasts to, 20; and denuclearized zone, 83; foreign aid to, 54 (see alsospecific countries); and large social groupings, 217; Soviet air routes denied, 151; and U.N., 77, 83, 116-17, 118, 220, 242. See alsospecific countries
Agrarian reform, 115. See also Intervention for progress; specific countries
Aid, foreign, 79, 111-38 passim, 139-40, 144-45, 146, 153, 238-39; European, 53; Soviet, 142-43, 150, 238. See alsoTechnical assistance; specific countries
Airlines, commercial, 151, 170
Airman (publication), 93
Air power. Seespecific countries, planes
Albania, 28, 35, 85 n, 104
Alexander, Robert J., 137 n
Algeria, 78-79, 86, 147-48; aid to, 95; Ben Bella's program for, 125; F.L.N. in, 37; war in, 38, 66, 112-13, 117-18
Alliance for Progress, 115, 122- 23, 139-40
Allies and nonallies, differences between, 100-1
Almond, Gabriel A., 9 n
America. See United States
Analogue of automotive industry, 23-26, 68, 171
Anglo-Saxon countries, 23, 39, 44. See alsoWest, the; specific countries
Angola, 116-17, 118
Ann Arbor, Mich., 165
Antarctica, 228
Anti-Americanism. See United States; specific anti-American countries, groups
Anticolonialism, 22, 112 ff, 115-16, 119; record of U.S., 116-24. See alsoAlliance for Progress; etc.; specific colonies, countries
Antimissile missiles, 166, 183- 84
Antisubversion networks, Western, 86
APRA, 115, 127-28
Arab countries, 226. See also Egypt; etc.
Argentina, 106, 128, 130; and Antarctica, 228
Armed invasion: Soviet use of, 13 ff. See alsospecific invasions
Armed subversion: Soviet use of, 13 ff. See alsospecific countries
Arms, 157-204, 205 ff, 241-42; control, 171-73, 184, 185, 187, 241; duopoly and (see Duopoly); embargoes on (see

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  • Acknowledgments vii
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  • Chapter I- The Global Stalemate 1
  • Chapter II- The Future of Blocs- China and France 27
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