By Ljubodrag Simonović, Belgrade, Serbia * Considering Marx’s notion of history, are the socialist revolutions that took place in the 20th century still historically legitimate? According to Marx, not every existential crisis of capitalism presents a historical an opening door for a socialist revolution; it is more likely to be that crisis that presents the productive (proprietary) relations developing as ...

Dmitri Novikov, Deputy Chairman of the central committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) and First Deputy Chairman of the state Duma committee on International Affaires… To put it simply, he is one of the top leaders of the Communist Party and plays a critical role in the Duma’s activities, especially abroad. He applied for membership on ...

Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, candidate of the Free Party (Partido de Libertad y Refundacion – LIBRE) for the presidential elections of November 28, seems to have achieved a landslide victory. Though official results have not been announced yet, Castro, who calls herself a “democratic socialist”, has a lead of 20% over the next competitor with more than 50% of the ...

By Chris Matlhako* The presidency of Biden has reversed the ‘normalisation of relations between the US and Cuba’, initiated by Barack Obama. In fact Biden has further tightened the criminal illegal economic and financial blockade against Cuba, beyond of what Donald Trump had put in place. Since the advent of the corona pandemic, the US has intensified its campaign of ...

The United States is continuing its pressure on Cuba and the socialist republic resists. Following the protests of July 11, which partly were supported and organized by the United States, president Biden declared Cuba a “failed state repressing its citizens” on July 15. Biden stated, “communism is a failed system — a universally failed system. And I don’t see socialism ...

Turkey’s Vatan Party has started an Initiative on the New International Order (NINTO) and organized an international symposium. 38 distinguished speakers representing 24 countries from 6 continents parcipated in the symposium, among them various experts of United World International. Participants debated a wide range of issues from the end of the unipolar world to the crisis of neoliberalism, from identity ...