Index
Acheson, Dean, 311 n. 8; on Chiang, 63;
Chinese Communists and, 88; critics of,
67; Roo se velt, F., infl uenced by, 79;
Th omas, Sr., meeting with, 66– 67; on
UN front, 80
Ackerly, John, 242, 326 n. 9
Administrative controls, Chao implement-
ing, 11
Agreement of the Central People’s Govern-
ment and the Local Government of Tibet
on Mea sures for the Peaceful Libera-
tion of Tibet. See Seventeen- Point
Agreement
Agreement on Mea sures for the Peaceful
Liberation of Tibet. See Seventeen- Point
Agreement
Albright, Madeleine, 260– 61, 262, 263, 265,
266– 67
Allison, John, 95– 96
Alo Chondze, 314 n. 29
Anderson, Desaix, 247– 49
Anderson, Donald, 193
Apartheid, 254– 55
Arbenz, Jacobo, 97
Arms: drops, 118, 119– 20, 126, 127, 162– 63, 167,
168, 185, 186, 188, 315 n. 24; from Gaden
Chokor, 119; to India, 174; Indian govern-
ment using, 180; Lithang L., and, 120; to
Mustang, 185; to Tibetan re sis tance,
167
Armstrong, Oscar, 206
Atomic bombs. See Nuclear weapons
Att lee, Clement, 61– 62
Aufschnaiter, Peter, 81, 311 n. 11
Avedon, John, 242
Ayub Khan, 180, 185, 320 n. 11
Bacon, Ruth E., 64– 65
Bader, Jeff rey, 262– 63, 264
Bajpai, G. S., 70– 71, 86
Baker, Carleton, 18– 19
Baker, James, 240
Ball, George, 166
Bangladesh, Kissinger on, 204
Barnes, Harry, 280
Beijing, China, 209, 324 n. 51
Bell, Charles, 11, 302 n. 20; on Chiang’s
road, 40; on Chinese mutiny, 14– 15;
Dalai Lama and, 12, 22– 23, 25; military
program or ga nized by, 29; at Simla
Conference, 15– 16; on Tibetan military,
17, 303 n. 22
Berger, Samuel, 263
Berkowitz, Paul, 236
Bessac, Frank, 71– 72
Birendra (Nepali king), 194, 195,
321 n. 5
Blitzer, Wolf, 296
Bloomberg, Michael, 327 n. 2 (chap. 20)
Blum, Richard, 272– 76, 328 n. 4
Boehner, John, 297
Boggs, Hale, 205
Bohana, Michele, 221
Bok, Derek, 254– 55
Bork, Ellen, 265
Bowles, Chester, 93, 138– 39, 170, 182
BP, 269
Brezhnev, Leonid, 205– 6, 212
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