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During this period, the Soviet Union received greater attention from the Foreign Office than any other nation. This concentration is reflected in the volume of print dealing with its affairs, including official statements of Soviet foreign policy. The following document types are found in Part IV: * Annual embassy reports on the major political developments in the host country * Reports and brief biographies on "leading personalities"-political, government, business, labor, and media leaders * Annual embassy reports on "heads of foreign missions," with short biographies of the ambassadors residing in the capital city * Annual economic reports from the embassy on the major economic developments in the host country * Quarterly embassy reports on the major political and economic developments in the host country * Weekly embassy reports on the major events in the host country * Plus telegrams, minutes of meetings, special reports, and more.
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