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Work of The International
Glory of Soviet Union

Glory of Soviet Union

Work of The International//4:36pm, Nov 16th '22

Right to Education, Women's rights, Stability for the Working Class, Military - there are many achievements of Soviet Union. In this feature, our Collective Research Work on the Fundamental Changes happened in the era of Soviet Union is gathered here.

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On Blairism and the Death of the Soul of British Democracy
Megan Sherman UK//10:35pm, Feb 13th '22

On Blairism and the Death of the Soul of British Democracy

In 1997 Tony Blair led Labour to a landslide victory on the back of a social democratic manifesto, which hid his real intent to build upon Thatcher's legacy and turn the UK into a corporate dystopia. Yes,....

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Irrelevance of Academia - A Neoliberal Outcome
Rahul Das India//12:48am, Jun 19th '21

Irrelevance of Academia - A Neoliberal Outcome

Karl Marx once wrote, "In a capitalist society, spare time is acquired for one class by converting the whole life-time of the masses into labour-time." He also mentioned, that the only way to control a....

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The New ‘Estates General’ and the Liberal Caste System
Brian Patrick Bolger UK//9:51pm, Dec 10th '22

The New ‘Estates General’ and the Liberal Caste System

When the French Revolution abolished the ‘Estates General’, and appeared to usher in the Enlightenment virtues of egalitarianism, the accepted liberal historical view was that the age of absolutist....

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Peru: A Brief Analysis on Pre and Post Election Scenario
Akash Chatterjee India//3:36am, Aug 5th '21

Peru: A Brief Analysis on Pre and Post Election Scenario

It has been a month since Pedro Castillo, a Socialist and a member of the Free Peru ( Peru Libre) Party, has emerged as the president of Peru. In the electoral battle Castillo defeated Keiko Fujimori,....

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NATURE, VIOLENCE AND RESISTANCE
Luis Lazaro Tijerina //12:10am, Nov 6th '21

NATURE, VIOLENCE AND RESISTANCE

Once, like many cosmopolitan intellectuals, I made the mistake of distancing myself from Nature, believing what mattered most was only ideas, books, and meeting up with others of my like mind -- certain....

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Struggle for Progress and Liberty in Brazil and Haiti: An interview with Danny Shaw
Own Correspondent//9:29am, Nov 22nd '22

Struggle for Progress and Liberty in Brazil and Haiti: An interview with Danny Shaw

The International interviewed Danny Shaw on his return from Brazil. Shaw is a Professor in Latin American & Caribbean Studies at the City University of New York (CUNY). If you are a socialist, We need....

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