The development of the Angolan situation has drawn close attention and common concern all over the world. Current events there, against the background of fierce rivalry between the two superpowers, make up a serious incident unprecedented in the African national liberation movement's postwar history. Its seriousness lies above all in the fact that the superpower which flaunts the label of socialism has crossed seas and oceans and, through naked armed intervention, has thrown a young nation in southern Africa into a state of division and civil war immediately after it had attained independence. This is a big exposure of the policy of colonial expansion pushed by the Soviet revisionists and new evidence of the ambitious new czars' feverish bid for world hegemony.