In explaining the phenomenon of global interest in Mao
Zedong Thought, or Maoism outside China, it is not difficult
to explain why the People’s Republic of China (PRC) became
a significant point of reference for activists all over the world.
The de-Stalinization era of the Soviet Union and Moscow's
policy of peaceful coexistence, criticized by Mao as
appeasement, led Mao and his acolytes to capitalize on waves
of decolonization and subsequent establishment of newly
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