Cambodian Women in the Revolutionary War for the People’s National Liberation

By | 10/18/2020

Just like the men, Cambodian women, yesterday and today, have contributed greatly to the struggle against foreign aggression in defense of the fatherland. After the anti-national and anti-popular coup d’état on March 18, 1970, the group of traitors Lon Nol, Sirik Matak, and Son Ngoc Thanh sold Cambodia cheap to the U.S. imperialists and allowed… Read More »

Points on Belarus

By | 08/22/2020

The events in Belarus are described in the letter of the Collective Editorial Board and the RMP statement. However, these texts are long, sophisticated and require thoughtful study. So I will try to describe the situation as briefly and clearly as possible. The bureaucratic ossified ruling regime committed violations of democratic procedures in the presidential elections (it’s not entirely clear how large they were, but they were noticeable). Protests followed. The regime… Read More »

Statement by the Russian Maoist Party: “For a Belarus without Lukashenko and capitalists!”

By | 08/20/2020

Alexander Lukashenko’s regime is neither “red” nor progressive. Objectively, it expresses the interests of state-monopoly capital, linked with Russian imperialism and trying to maneuver between it and the West. The hopes that were pinned on Lukashenko in the mid-1990s as a “man of the people” did not come true. Today it is a regime of the Putin or Nazarbayev (ex-president of Kazakhstan) type. He is just as liberal in economics (he carries out privatization,… Read More »

Marxism, Mariátegui and the Feminist Movement

By | 07/05/2020

Publisher’s Note Surpassing number of bends in the road, the People’s War in Peru is continuing since more than twenty years under the glorious leadership of Communist Party of Peru [PCP]. For the first time in the international communist movement, under the leadership of Chairman Gonzalo, it is the Party that scientifically analysed, explained and… Read More »

The Working Class Must Exercise Leadership in Everything

By | 07/02/2020

A great high tide of struggle-criticism-transformation is coming. The publication of Chairman Mao’s latest instructions and the systematic entry, under leadership, of the mighty army of industrial workers into schools and all other units where struggle-criticism-transformation has not been carried out well are signals of the coming high tide. This high tide follows the work… Read More »

Condolences

By | 02/25/2020

Dear Comrades of the Russian Maoist Party, We were shocked to receive the sad news about demise of Comrade Dar Zhutaev. We extend our condolence to all his followers and family members. We hope you overcome the very tragic moments. We are sure the Russian Maoist Party will continue the legacy of Comrade Dar, which is best commemoration of fallen comrades. With Revolutionary GreetingsAfghanistan Liberation Organization

Marxism and the war in Donbas

By | 05/24/2019

By Victor Shapinov, published on the English-language website of Borotba political group Borotba is often criticized for supporting the Donbas people’s republics, for the fact that our comrades fight in the militia and assist the peaceful nation-building in Lugansk (LPR) and Donetsk (DPR) People’s Republics. This criticism is heard not only from those former leftists who succumbed to nationalist fervor and supported first Maidan, and then Kiev’s war… Read More »

On the resolutions of the 3rd ICOR World Conference

By | 03/03/2018

Many of the resolutions of the Third ICOR World Conference do not meet their objective which is to unite and orient the communists all over the world. They are low in quality and rather unclear. There are some obscure formulations in them which even the Main Coordinator of the ICOR and the ICOR Office could not explain. Some statements are even politically wrong and harmful. The resolution “Resistance Against  Erdogan Dictatorship” contains Erdogan’s distorted… Read More »

On the resolution of the ICOR “Stop the fascist war of aggression on Rojava/Northern Syria! Afrin will live!”

By | 02/26/2018

We refrain from signing the ICOR resolution for the following reasons: inaccurate assessment of the pre-bourgeois Islamic-fundamentalist ISIS as “fascist”; one-sided assessment of the moods of the Arab and especially the Turkoman population; inadequate description of non-interference (as well as some sympathy and even support of Kurds by arms) of the imperialist powers as direct aggression against the Kurds.

On the Charlottesville incident and acts against statues

By | 11/10/2017

Generally speaking, it would be better not to destroy any monuments, especially those which have artistic or historical significance. Such actions are often burdened by the risk of vandalism, the irretrievable destruction of cultural and historical values ​​and the discordance among the broad masses of the people. However, it should be understood that old cultural values are not a sacred cow, especially if it is not about highly artistic works or… Read More »