Wed Nov 30, 2022
November 30, 2022

History

Stalinism and Pan-Africanism – Part V

In previous articles of this series, we discussed the national struggles of colonial and semi-colonial peoples, particularly on the African continent, including the creation of nationalist and pan-Africanist movements,...

Brazil | September 7th: An independence negotiated by the ruling classes

Amid this year’s Independence Bicentennial celebrations, the mainstream media and even some revisionist historians...

Lessons from the ‘80s

No trade unionist who seriously studies the political and industrial scene at the beginning...

Iran, 1979: An interrupted revolution

The Iranian revolution was extraordinary and will pass into history as one of the...

The genocide in the Belgian Congo and the struggle for reparation

The genocide carried out by the Belgian king resulted in the death of eight...

The genocide in the Belgian Congo and the struggle for reparation

The genocide carried out by the Belgian king resulted in the death of eight to ten million Congolese. By Cesar Neto Belgium is a small country,...

49 years of the coup in Chile: Some lessons to prevent history from repeating itself!

The 49th anniversary of the 1973 civil-military coup reactivates a pending debate on the most complex period of our recent history. By Paz Ibarra /...

Leon Trotsky: Revolutionary, Marxist, Internationalist

By Esat Erdoğan When Lev Davidovich Bronstein, known as Trotsky, was assassinated in Mexico on August 21, 1940, by Stalin's agent Ramon Mercader, he left...

Trotsky, 82 years later

By Murat Yakın Even if they get hit and fall in every siege, they are adventurous and they never die... Lev Davidovich Bronstein, better known as...

Gorbachev: the key figure of the capitalist restoration of the former USSR

Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, President of the former Soviet Union in the late 1980s and early 1990s, died yesterday in Moscow aged 91. By Alexander...

The general strike in theory and practice

A. J. Cook at the 1926 General Strike campaign

Building a new workers' party

In this archive written in 1995 on the need for a mass workers' party, it is possible to exchange Tony Blair’s name for Keir...

Our differences with SCR (IMT) and SCR's differences with Marxism

After the article dedicated to analysing the positions of Marco Rizzo's Communist Party (1), which has been read on our networks by thousands of...

The revolutions in the East and their place in history

The end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s were marked worldwide by enormous revolutionary processes in Eastern Europe. In the course...

Some Thoughts on the Paris Commune

The 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune has given rise to many studies, books, comments and public enthusiasm. Much more than the hundred years...

Paris Commune 150: the Economics

Today is the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Paris Commune.  The Commune (Council) was formed as result of what should be considered the...

A brief outline of the history of the IWL-FI

Introduction   We have been fighting, since the 40s, a long and difficult battle to build revolutionary parties with mass influence in all the countries and...

75 years after the end of World War II and the post-war revolutionary wave

On 8 May 1945, the bloodiest military conflict in human history ended in Europe. The War in the Pacific would continue until August, when...

45 years of the Carnation Revolution: “people are the ones who put more order”

On April 25, 1974, 45 years ago, a military uprising unleashed the Portuguese Revolution, the last to date in Western Europe. By Juan P. The military...