Fidel: China Is Most Promising Hope for Third World

Ajit Singh Fidel always firmly maintained his support for China and believed that the Communist Party was genuinely and capably pursuing revolutionary socialism. This Saturday marked the first year anniversary of the death of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Around the world, progressives and revolutionaries commemorate his life and continue to be inspired by his…

China and Russia: Digging the US Dollar’s Grave

Mision Verdad Translated by Axis of Logic and Tortilla con Sal China, the only country with enough weight to challenge US financial hegemony, has just announced through its People’s Bank a payment versus payment (PVP) system for transactions in Russian rubles and Chinese yuans so as to reduce the influence of the US dollar on…

The Plight of the Rohingya: Sorting Through the Propaganda

Satya Vatti In recent weeks, the international corporate media has acutely focused on the Rohingya crisis and has propagated condemnations of Myanmar’s leader, Aung Saan Suu Ky. Yet, it remains silent on the decades long plight of the Palestinians, the Eelam Tamils of Sri Lanka, and the suffering of the Yemeni people who are being…

China: A Revolutionary Present

Given China’s increasingly important international role, it is critical that progressives and revolutionaries correctly understand the country. Ajit Singh This week marks the 68th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, established on Oct. 1, 1949. The Chinese Revolution, which nearly doubled life expectancy in its first 30 years, is recognized as a…

The Cold War and Its Origins Part II

History of the Soviet Union. World War II, Colonialism, Independence and Counter-revolution By Hugo Turner Internationalist 360° Part I The Russian Revolution of 1917 terrified the capitalist world. In my last article based on the first volume of D.F. Fleming’s classic “The Cold War and It’s Origins 1917-1960” I traced the story of the attempt…

China’s New Form of Globalization

By Sara Flounders Imperialism is worried that China’s huge global infrastructure projects could challenge the U.S.-led world order The People’s Republic of China hosted a summit May 14 called the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, also known as the New Silk Road project. Twenty-nine heads of state and representatives of 130 countries attended from across…