Revolutionary Democracy

Revolutionary Democracy is a half-yearly theoretical and political journal published in April and September from India. It contains materials on the problems facing the communist movement, particularly relating to Russia, China and India, the origins of modern revisionism, the restoration of capitalism in the USSR and developments in the international communist movement.

New articles:

Political Declaration of the 26th International Democratic Anti-Fascist and Anti-Imperialist Youth Camp

Political Declaration of the Meeting of the Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations of Latin America and the Caribbean

Declaration of the 22nd International Seminar on the Problems of the Revolution in Latin America: The Relevance of Karl Marx’s Revolutionary Thought

‘Culpable Genocide Not Amounting To Murder’ – The Tuticorin Massacre, C.N. Subramanian

Statement of European ML parties:
International Solidarity against Reaction and the Imperialist Policies of War and Austerity

Evrensel: Claims and facts about the right of nations to self-determination, following the independence referendums in Iraqi Kurdistan and Catalonia

Vol. XXIII, No. 2, April, 2018

S. S. Alyoshin. Co-authors S. Koltsov, S. Mezentsev, G. Kepinov.
Fragment of the model of the monument to Marx in Moscow.
Gypsum 1920-1925.

V.I. Lenin, Chittaprosad,1943

J.V. Stalin, Chittaprosad, 1943
On the Bicentenary of the Birth of Karl Marx

The BJP Government’s Last Budget: Slogans for Working People and Profits for the Rich, NTUI.

Privileging Growth, Undermining Rights, K.B. Saxena

Book Review: Indian Big Business in the Nehruvian Period, Bernard D’Mello

Book Review: Selected Writings of Clara Zetkin, Amna Hafeez Mobeen and Rabbia Aslam (13 p.)

The Jalandhar Auto Rickshaw Workers Strike, Amanpreet Singh, Raj Mehta

Higher Education, ‘Autonomy’ and Social Justice: Keeping the ‘Poor’ Poor, Simin Akhter Naqvi

Correspondence: Timir Basu, Zbigniew Wiktor and Prem Suwal

Book Review: B.R. Ambedkar, India and Communism, Introduction by Anand Teltumbde, Chaman Lal (6 p.)

Obituary: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela (1939-2018), Rafael Martinez

France: No to the Trivialization of French Military Interventions, PCOF

Tunisia: What are we waiting for? A new campaign to reject the austerity policies of the ruling coalition, Workers’ Party

Italy: The Political Crisis of the Bourgeoisie Deepens, Piattaforma Comunista

Bolivia: Evo Morales Opens the Doors to Fracking, Attacks Tariquia and Signs More Contracts with His Transnational ‘Partners’, Revolutionary Communist Party of Bolivia

Iran: Long live the raging movement of the people of Iran! The Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan)

Centenary of the Great October Socialist Revolution:

Role of Trade Unions in the October Revolution, Padam Kumar (7 p.)

From the October Revolution to the Construction of Socialism in One Country, Bikram Mohan (18 p.)

The 1917 Russian Revolution and its Impact on International Law, S. Anandha Krishna Raj (29 p.)

New: What About the International Revolution? Criticism of Stefan Engel’s “Dawn of the International Socialist Revolution” and the MLPD’s Positions, Diethard Möller

The Stalin Works: How We Do It, Sergey Rychenkov

Regarding the 1964 Programme Document of the CPI (M), Parimal Dasgupa (Intro only) (23 p.)

The Secret Mission of A.I. Mikoyan to China II, (January-February 1949), A. Ledovsky (Intro only) (18 p.)

Letter to Comrade Togliatti, J.V. Stalin. Preface by The Editorial Board of “Teoria e Prassi (Intro only) (5 p)

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Editorial Board
Tahir Asghar, Malem Ningthouja, Ashim Roy, Vijay Singh, C.N. Subramaniam

Editorial Address
K-67 First Floor, Jangpura Extension,
New Delhi 110014



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