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The Three Worlds Theory (Template:Zh), developed by Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong (1893–1976), posited that international relations comprise three politicoeconomic worlds: the First World, the superpowers, the Second World, the superpowers' allies, and the Third World, the nations of the Non-Aligned Movement.

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