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.

Volume 2, No. 2 (New Series) October, 2023

New Articles:

Israel is committing a massacre in Gaza: It is a genocide, not war!, November 7, 2023

CIPOML stands by the Palestinian resistance, we support the Resistance, October 10, 2023

New in Archives:

Chinese Revolution and the Communist Party of China, Mao Tse-Tung, 1939 Posted November 15, 2023

Report to the Second Chinese National Soviet Congress, Mao Tse-Tung, 1934 Posted November 14, 2023

On Trotskyism, Irish Communist Organisation, 1970 Posted November 11, 2023

Rafael Martinez Archive Posted November 6, 2023

The National Question in Ceylon (1944) Posted October 15, 2023

Manoeuvres of British Imperialism in Ceylon, 1949 Posted October 15, 2023

Report to the National Conference, Ceylon Communist Party, 1952 Posted October 14, 2023

Vol. 11, December 1979 Posted October 12, 2023

Vol. 12-13, January-February 1980  Posted October 12, 2023

Vol. 14, July 1980
Posted October 12, 2023

Report of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party to the 6th Congress of the Party, Vulko Chervenkov, 1954 Posted October 12, 2023

Australia's Path to Socialism, 1951 Posted September 17, 2023

New in Hindi Section:

Vijay Singh: Janwadi Loktantra Aur Sarvhara Ki Tanashahi Se Jude Kuch Sawal Posted September 19, 2023
(From Revolutionary Democracy, Vol. 1, No. 1 (new style), April 2022, Some Questions of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat in the People’s Democracies. Translated from English into Hindi by Vimal Trivedi.)


Nuh Violence

Banned poster Shama-e-Azadi ke Teen Parvane,
exhibited by Hindi Department, Hyderabad University
in international conference on 7th to 9th August 2023.
Ernst Thaelman.
Manipur Crises – Towards a Just and Peaceful Solution

Violence in Nuh Follows the Sustained Pattern of Anti-Muslim Pogroms in India, Karan Varma

Exploding the Claim of Inclusive Development, A Critical Review of the Indian Finance Minister’s Budget (2023-24) Speech, K.B. Saxena

India: Broken Legacies of the Land and Forest Rights Movement, Ashok Chowdhury, Teesta Setalvad

The BRICS Meeting and the Inter-imperialist Struggles, En Marcha

An Interview with Qemal Cicollari, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Albania, Thales Caramante

Asiatic Mode of Production in South Asia: An Empirical Study, Tripta Wahi

About the Indian Comedian, D. Zaslavsky, (Pravda, January 7th, 1946)

Record of the Meeting Between the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, I.V. Stalin, and Members of the delegation of the Labour Party of Great Britain, (7 August 1946) (8 p.)

Preparation of the Draft Third Programme of the CPSU(b), 1947, Vijay Singh

Materials for the Draft Programme of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks with Notes by J. V. Stalin, 1947 (30 p.)

Suggestions and Criticisms on the Draft Programme and Policy Statement of the CPI, 1951

On the Situation in and Functioning of the Communist Party of India after the Publication of the Draft of the Party Programme, 1951, CPSU (b.) (10 p.)

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

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