May Fourth Movement 1919: When China’s students opened the political floodgates

May Fourth Movement 1919: When China’s students opened the political floodgates

100th anniversary of May Fourth Movement – The Chinese dictatorship has many reasons to fear that once again China could be on the threshold of mass protests by radicalised youth and students, which could ignite a bigger movement among the working class 

100 Years since the founding of the Communist International

100 Years since the founding of the Communist International

100 years ago, on March 2, 1919, 53 delegates from left and communist parties gathered at a congress in Moscow, with the goal of forming a new international

70 years since the Chinese revolution

70 years since the Chinese revolution

Capitalism and imperialism were driven out, but political power rested in the hands of a Stalinist communist party

The invasion of Czechoslovakia and the Sino-Soviet split

The invasion of Czechoslovakia and the Sino-Soviet split

Crisis in Czechoslovakia provided a welcome diversion for the Chinese regime, an opportunity to exploit the Russian bureaucracy’s difficulties

Czechoslovakia 1968:  Russian invasion crushes hopes of workers’ democracy

Czechoslovakia 1968:  Russian invasion crushes hopes of workers’ democracy

The task of implementing the socialist revolution there and everywhere remains the most pressing struggle of the world working class