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   335 Index Aaronovitch, David, 305 Abdić, Fikret, 277, 284 Abramowitz, Morton, 294 Adžić, Blagoje, 83, 85, 88, 252 Afghanistan Soviet invasion of, ix, 8, 14, 193 war in, 1, 7, 161, 221 Africa decolonization of, 96–98 post–Cold War conflicts in, 1, 122, 135 US-European rivalry in, 19, 20–21, 40 See also AIDS; Biafra war; Congo, Democratic Republic of; Darfur; Somalia; Sudan Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 5 Ahrens, Geert-Hinrich, 95, 249 Ahtisaari, Martti, 302 Aideed, Mohammed Farah, 135, 138 AIDS, 219, 221 Air Force, US. See US military Albania, and Kosovo conflict, 289, 290 Albanian ethnic group in Kosovo. See Kosovo, Autonomous Province of; Kosovo war Albanian lobby, 180, 195 Albanian Macedonian Bulgarian Oil (AMBO) pipeline, 304 Albright, Madeleine and Bosnia conflict, 143, 149, 162 and Kosovo conflict, 182, 183, 186, 188, 189, 194, 294, 295 quoted, 26, 45, 74–75, 214 Algeria, French counterinsurgency in, 193 Alliance of Reform Forces, 71, 72 Al Qaeda, 158, 180–81, 182, 280, 290 Amanpour, Christianne, 128, 129 American Enterprise Institute, 249, 287 American Jewish Committee, 127–28 American Jewish Congress, 127–28 America-Pacific Economic Conference, 40 Amnesty International, 218 anti-American attitudes during post–Cold War period, 24, 25, 27 as result of Yugoslav conflicts, 159 anticommunism influence on Cold War scholarship, 18 and international relations of post–Cold War period, 24 and international responses to Yugoslavia’s breakup, 64–65, 82, 83, 211–12, 274, 291 anti-Semitism, 59, 87, 127 appeasement as criticism against US policy in Bosnia, 11, 74, 144, 148, 169–70 and debates concerning humanitarian intervention, 5, 7 Arbitration Commission. See Badinter Commission Arkan (Zeljko Ražnatović), 88 arms embargo against post-Yugoslav states, 133, 256, 265, 272 US policy toward, 149–50, 156, 159, 282 Army, US. See US military Ashdown, Paddy, 118, 181, 192, 159, 188 Asian economic crisis (1997–1998), 39, 182 Asmus, Ronald, 287 atrocities in Balkan wars, 214–18, 221, 270, in Bosnia war, 122–29, 138–39, 148, 151–52 in Croatia war, 67, 74–75, 86–88, 90–91, 97 influence on US policy toward Bosnia, 132, 148–49 in Iraq, 218 336   First Do No Harm atrocities continued in Kosovo war, 186–87, 192–94, 197–200, 209, 298 in Operations Storm and Mistral, 163–65, 215–16, 283, 306 in Spanish-American War, 218, 307 by Ustaša militias, 47–48 in World War I, 218, 307 See also genocide; Kosovo Liberation Army; Srebrenica Auschwitz, compared to Serb detention camps, 124, 128, 216, 269 Austria, and Yugoslavia’s breakup, 70, 82, 84, 249, 251 Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia. See Bihać Babić, Milan, 88, 254, 283 Bacevich, Andrew, 212, 214 Badinter, Robert, 95 Badinter Commission, 97, 98, 103, 257, 258, 262 Baker, James and Bosnia conflict, 108, 110, 131–32, 133–34 and Yugoslavia’s breakup, 84, 100, 102 Baku-Ceyhan oil pipeline project, 304 Banac, Ivo, 237 Bangladesh, creation of, 257–58 Banja Luka, danger of atrocities in, 165 Bank of America, and Milošević, 242 Barre, Mohammed Siad, 135 Barre, Raymond, 232 Bartholomew, Reginald, 29, 146 “base force” (Pentagon plan), 112, 113, 214, 272 Beogradska Banka, 60 Bérégovoy, Pierre, 232 Berger, Samuel, 184, 191 Bergsten, C. Fred, 29 Berman, Paul, 2, 9 BFV. See Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution Bhagwati, Jagdish, 39 Biafra war (1967–1970), 96, 218 Biden, Joseph, 300 Bihać, 123, 153, 165, 277, 283–84 Bildt, Carl, 160, 163, 167, 168 Bin Laden, Osama, 180, 280 Bissett, James, 79, 82–85, 110, 249, 252 Blair,Tony, 1, 22, 191, 195, 234, 291, 299 Blumenthal, Sidney, 136, 149 B’nai B’rith Anti-Defamation League, 127–28 Boeing Corporation and NATO, 35 Bolton, John, 79, 169, 271 Bondsteel, Camp (US military base), 203 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of elections in, 117–18 ethnic politics in, 68, 115–19 independence of, 102, 106–7, 119, 121 as part of Yugoslav federation, 49, 52, 58 in World War II, 47–48, 114–15 Bosnia war Bosnian-Croat Offensives (1995), 162–65, 282, 284 Bush policy, 108–9, 129–34 Clinton policy, 143–46, 148–51 in discussions of humanitarian intervention, 1–2, 6–7 efforts to arm Bosnian Muslims, 155–60 international mediation efforts preceding, 108–12 motivations for US policy, 112–14, 141, 154–55 NATO bombing campaign in, 165–67 press coverage and, 122–26 propaganda and, 127–29 US support for Bosnian government, 107–8, 141, 146 See also atrocities; Bihać; Dayton Accords; Muslim...

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9780826516459
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9780826516435
MARC Record
OCLC
468787278
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360
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2012-01-01
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English
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