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People's Republic of China, both Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America. In addition, chapter 2, written by Rolf H. W. Theen, deals ' with domestic factors affecting Soviet foreign policy. Professor Theen's article constitutes the most valuable contribution to this

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conservation of wildlife and natural habitats in Central and East Africa (Paris: UNESCO , 1961), 94. He wrote: “In the modern world, as Africa is beginning to realize, a country without a national park can hardly be regarded as civilized.” 29 See: O. Gusev, “Zapovedniki i turizm” Okhota i okotnich

general aspects, includes chapters on political and ideological factors, military instruments, trade, and "commercial policies of the Communist Third World"; the second contains regional studies on the Middle East, Africa, and Southeastern Asia. The editors claim that their "choice of topics... has been

East, Africa, and Asia, including the Soviet part, and affecting even Europe in Albania, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria. But enough criticism of this otherwise excellent book. It has seventeen chapters including the introduction and conclusion. In the comparative analysis section, the above