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a form of communism developed in China by Mao Zedong

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The Arabian Peninsula perspective also makes the reliance on Maoist theory understandable since al- Muqrin wrote as a nationalist insurgent, not as a terrorist with international pretentions.
Not causing any harm to people and revolution is the fundamental principle of Maoist theory," Rao said.
Levenda offers Western business people a number of strategies for successfully doing business in China, based on several key points from Maoist theory and philosophy.
I agree with Liu that these dimensions cannot be ignored; but placing them within broader CCP policies and Mao's theorization on New Democracy, socialism, and anti-imperialism in the phases of nation- and state-building would help us understand the flexibility of class categories, not only instrumentally, but also as rooted in an evolving Maoist theory.
positioned itself on the right with a commitment to a moderate pro-Congress national position, radicals on the far left eventually organized the Communist Party of India-Marxist/Leninist (C.P.I.-M.L.) with a terrorist programme endorsed by Maoist theory. In the middle, the Communist Party of India-Marxist (C.P.M.) was established in 1964.