Revolutionary Democracy

Vol. XII, No. 1, April 2006

‘Bush Lied: Many Died’, based on a poster of the Lok Raj Sanghathan.

Protests against the youth labour law, the CPE, in Marseilles, April 4, 2006.

On Sale! The Villages and Kidneys of India, N. Bhattacharyya

Salwa Judum – A Ruling Class Response to the Tactics of a Militarised Revolutionary Movement, Shambhu Shankar

State Terrorism in Manipur, Malem Ningthouja

Silicosis Amongst the Quarry Workers of Lal Kuan, S.A. Azad

Caste, Class and Indian Communists, Anil Ranjimwale

An Interview with Tufail Abbas of the Pakistan Mazdoor Mahaaz

The Attitude and Tactics of Communists Towards Bourgeois Parliaments, Rajesh Tyagi

A Critique of Hegelian-Trotskyism, Vijay Singh

Mexico: Marcos’ Crusade Against the Revolutionary Perspective, Communist Party of Mexico (Marxist-Leninist)

Iran: What Choices Does the USA Have in its Iran Policy?, Taylan Bilgic

Kurdistan: Current Developments and the Kurdistan Question, EMEP

United States:

Bolivia: A Yearning of the Peoples for Change has Triumphed, En Marcha

Dominican Republic: For Revolutionary Unity, Lucha

Ecuador: ‘Popular Government is the Only Way Forward’, Jose Izquierdo

Puerto Rico: Filiberto and the Workers, Aballarde Rojo

Senegal: Presenting the Party: Union of African Workers


Three Conversations of J.V. Stalin and Indian Ambassadors (1950-1953)

On the 85th Anniversary of the Birth of Stalin (21st Dec, 1964), Mao Zedong and Enver Hoxha

‘It Is Not Right to Receive Nixon in Beijing. We Do Not Support It’, Enver Hoxha (August 6, 1971)

International Communist Movement:

Fifth Meeting of the Revolutionary and Anti-Imperialist Parties, Movements and Organisations of South America (May, 2005)

Decisions of the XI International Conference of the ICMLPO, October 2005

Communique of the ICMLPO on the Anti-Communist PACE Draft Resolution

Not in print edition: Statement of Mikis Theodorakis on the Anti-Communist Memorandum

Obituary: Mukundan C. Menon, 1948-2005

Film Review: ‘Rang de Basanti’, Sandeep Bajeli

Poems: Voices of Protest in Urdu Poetry, translated by fowpe sharma

Suspected Communists tortured at the British internment camp at Bad Nenndorf near Hanover, Germany, 1945-1947. Archive pictures. Photographs: Martin Argles.

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