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Tibet and the National Question

Tibet and the National Question

The Tibetan revolts of recent weeks, and international protests and counter-protests surrounding the Olympic torch relay, have placed China’s relationship to Tibet at the centre of world events. chinaworker.infoThis article on the national question in Tibet and China was first published on 22 September 2005.Tibet – the ”rooftop of the […]

Tibet erupts!

Tibet erupts!

Brutal crackdown by Beijing regime meets muted reaction from foreign governments Vincent Kolo, Hong KongThousands of paramilitary police and soldiers have been deployed in Lhasa, the Tibetan capital, after the most serious protests against Chinese rule for nearly 20 years. More than 80 people have been killed and hundreds injured […]

The national question in Xinjiang

The national question in Xinjiang

Despite rapid economic growth, national and religious tensions are rising in Xinjiang in north-western China. The CWI’s standpoint on this important issue has been called into question by some individuals within the Chinese left – this article explains our position Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info The Turkic-speaking Uighur Muslims, the largest ethnic […]

Marxists, Taiwan and the National Question

Marxists, Taiwan and the National Question

Reply to Mikawasima Tookjoo, by Peter Taaffe  This article, which first appeared on China Worker on August 26, 2005, is a reply to Japanese leftist, Mikawasima Tookjoo, who took issue with the stand of this website on the national question and the need for a democratic socialist solution to the Taiwan […]

Marxism and the national question

Marxism and the national question

The national question is, without doubt, one of the great issues facing socialists and marxists today. Peter Hadden, Socialist Party (CWI Ireland) Lenin described Tzarist Russia as a prison house of nationalities – 57% of its peoples were non-Russian. He argued that without a correct approach on this issue the […]