Index
Abramowitz. Morton.
60-61. 63
Abrams, Elliott.
116. 183
Accommodation.
166-167
Afghan Communist Party.
41
Afghan Interim Government
(AIG).
74-76
Afghanistan.
2. 3. 5. 16. 19. 29.
31•
33. 36. 38. 56. 188.
See also muja-
hidin; People's Democratic Party of
Afghanistan
-Bush administration policy toward.
73-77
-civil war after Geneva Accords.
73
-negative symmetry in.
69. 80
-Reagan Doctrine in.
77-81;
abandon-
ment of,
76-77;
chronology of.
34-35
(Table
2);
congressional role in.
50-
54.63-64.68-70.74-76.77.239-240;
diplomacy and.
54-57. 64-71. 219:
foreign bureaucracy split.
230;
formu-
lation of.
21-24;
impact on conflict in.
220. 222;
interbranch leadership in.
240-241;
Reagan and his advisers role
in.
11-12, 57-63. 227-228. 234-235,
239;
Soviet aggressor version of.
215;
Soviet policy impacted by.
220. 221;
U.S. aid to mujahidin.
43-54. 57-64;
U.S. public role in.
233;
Wilson's role
as subgovernment leader in.
236.
See
also Reagan Doctrine
-Soviet invasion of.
40-42. 75. 216
-U.S. policy toward.
44-45. 70-71,
216. 218-219. 226. 229-230
Afghan resistance. See mujahidin
Afghan revolutions,
41, 43
Africa: Soviet Union policy in,
1;
U.S.
policy in.
112-113.
See also Construc-
tive engagement; Southern Africa;
specific countries
Agency for International Development
(AID), 64
Akhromeyev. Sergei.
62
Allen. Richard.
22. 162;
role in Rea-
gan Doctrine formulation.
18. 19. 20;
support for contras.
158
Alvarez, Gustavo Martinez.
158
Alvor Agreement. See Portuguese
Officers' Coup
American Security Council.
126
Amnesty International: reports of
human rights abuse.
41
Angola.
2. 3. 5. 16. 29. 31. 36. 38. 222.
See also Constructive engagement;
National Union for the Total Indepen-
dence of Angola; Popular Movement
for Liberation of Angola; Savimbi.
Jonas
-Brazzaville Accords and.
139
- elections in.
145. 149
-history of conflict in.
112-115
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