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Genocide: From Belsen to Gaza via Ukraine
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Genocide: From Belsen to Gaza via Ukraine
April 15, 2024

April, the cruellest month, is a month of anniversaries, of Belsen, of the Battle of Berlin and of the Armenian genocide to show that our cyclical lives never quite escape winter’s deathly clutches.

The theory of permanent revolution and the precedents of the Korean revolution
April 12, 2024

The semi-colonial rule of imperialism over South Korea stopped the national-democratic revolution of the Korean people. It will only conclude with the liberation of South Korea and the reunification of the entire peninsula independently of imperialism, writes Eduardo Vasco.

The theory of permanent revolution and the precedents of the Korean revolution
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Taking Easter Seriously
March 30, 2024

When American colonists were oppressed by British governance, the word most frequently uttered in pamphlets, editorials and sermons was not “safety” or “taxes”; it was “freedom.” Yet, two intolerable acts of Parliament so assaulted personal freedom that they broke the bonds with the mother country.

¿Qué hacer? Buscando una nueva visión para Rusia en el siglo XXI
March 29, 2024

Rusia tiene una fuente rica de intelectualidad y ojalá recupere el acervo de una Intelligentsia, para poder construir un qué hacer relevante de cara a mediano y largo plazo.

¿Qué hacer? Buscando una nueva visión para Rusia en el siglo XXI
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China and Russia Are Taking Cultural Relations to the Next Level
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China and Russia Are Taking Cultural Relations to the Next Level
March 21, 2024

The comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries is running on high-gear as they share common views on the necessity of supporting the emergence of a multipolar world order based on the principle of sovereign equality.

‘Restoring True Heritage’ in a Woke World
March 3, 2024

In 2023 the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York classified Ilya Repin (1844-1930) and Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) as Ukrainian, rather than Russian artists, based on the fact that they were born in what would later be Ukraine. Aivazovsky’s case is especially curious as his hometown Feodosia in Crimea became part of Soviet Ukraine 54 years after his death.

‘Restoring True Heritage’ in a Woke World
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O nazismo ucraniano, ontem e hoje: o decálogo assassino e a “grande democracia”
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O nazismo ucraniano, ontem e hoje: o decálogo assassino e a “grande democracia”
February 22, 2024

Os nacionalistas integrais da Ucrânia não manifestavam quaisquer remorsos pelos seus actos, apesar de as vítimas serem quase exclusivamente civis – homens, mulheres e crianças, tanto fazia.

Explicando la política de Lenin y las acciones de Putin en Ucrania
February 10, 2024

Lo que Putin está haciendo es combatir la violación de la autodeterminación de Rusia. Al expulsar a la OTAN de Ucrania, objetivamente también actúa por la libertad de Ucrania, esclavizada por las potencias imperialistas.

Explicando la política de Lenin y las acciones de Putin en Ucrania
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