Kiev Unable to Crush the Donbas Uprising—White Terror in Ukraine

Two days from the May 11 referendum in Donetsk and Luhansk, the Kiev authorities, unable to crush the uprising in the Donbas, are stepping up the war hysteria, curtailing democratic rights and incorporating fascist paramilitaries […]

Kiev Loses Control of Donbas—What Next In Ukraine Crisis?

In a rare moment of candor, yesterday, Ukraine’s acting President Turchynov admitted that his forces were “helpless” to quell the unrest in Eastern Ukraine, as the pro-Russian insurgency is on the rise. Furthermore he admitted […]

Afghanistan's Saur Revolution: The Revolution Obliterated From History

The Saur Revolution—distorted and obliterated by the intelligentsia and official historians—dared to free the oppressed masses in Afghanistan from centuries of brutal despotism and ferocious devastation by imperialists of all shapes.  

Portugal: 40 Years of the Carnations Revolution—When the Workers Touched Power With Their Hands

 April 25th marks 40 years since the beginning of the Portuguese revolution of 1974-75, better known as the Carnations Revolution. Not enough attention has been paid to the Portuguese revolution, despite being the most advanced […]

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Bhagat Singh: The Forsaken History of Liberation

South Asia’s elite historians have deliberately distorted certain events within their accounts of the struggle against British imperial rule and subsequent bloody partitioning. One such significant episode was the struggle of the Hindustan Revolutionary Socialist […]

Venezuela: Neither Agreements Nor Conciliation—Complete the Revolution!

On the evening of April 10, the main political representatives of the Venezuelan opposition attended a meeting at Miraflores Presidential Palace with representatives of the government and the Bolivarian revolution. The meeting generated a lively […]

Ukrainian Crisis Spiralling Out of Control

Ukrainian president Oleksandr Turchynov declared yesterday in a live televised address that a full-scale operation involving the army will be launched to regain control over Eastern Ukraine. Whether it is a bluff or a real […]

Al-Sisi and the Egyptian Revolution

The die is cast. Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the commander-in-chief of the army and Egypt’s Minister of Defence, has resigned from his ministerial post and announced yesterday that he will be standing as a candidate in […]

Russian Annexation of Crimea—What Consequences for World Relations?

On 18 March in front of the Duma in Moscow, Russian president Vladimir Putin delivered a defiant speech announcing the annexation of Crimea, after a referendum on Sunday had confirmed that the vast majority of […]

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Carry Out the Legacy of Hugo Chávez!

It is often the destiny of revolutionary leaders that after death those that attacked and vilified them during their lifetime begin to praise them, while simultaneously distorting their ideas, watering them down, reducing them to […]

Russia, Ukraine, and the West: Will There Be A War?

 As Ukraine slides deeper into chaos, the sound of war drums gets ever louder. On Saturday President Vladimir Putin secured his parliament’s authority to send the Russian army, not just into Crimea but also into […]

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Yanukovich Leaves Kiev But What Remains?

Many government administration buildings have been taken over by protesters in Kiev, and the parliament is back in session. But now with Yanukovich gone, who decides the future of the Ukraine?