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The New-Old Left vs. the “Theater of the Absurd”

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala – Part 2  By: Alexander Gegalchiy – translated by Jafe Arnold Based out of Prague, Czech Republic, Alexander Gegalchiy is President of the International Russian Award Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting and … Continue reading

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Czech Communists for Donbass and Multipolarity

An Interview with Czech Communist Ideologist Josef Skala – Part 1  By: Dr. Eduard Popov – translated by Jafe Arnold Eduard Popov is a Rostov State University graduate with a PhD in history and philosophy. In 2008, he founded the Center … Continue reading

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Tragedy & Farce: Marxian Superstructural Analysis of Heterodox Social Movements

 By: Jafe Arnold and Joaquin Flores Tragedy & Farce: Reconsidering Marxian Superstructural Analysis of Heterodox Social Movements Part I: Utopia vs. Myth,  the Poetry of the Past, and Social Revolution –  a general introduction to this series ‘ Introduction et us begin by resolving … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Serbian Socialism, Part I

  By: Stevo M. Lapchevich – translated from Serbian by Novak Drashkovic                                  & edited by Joaquin Flores A Brief History of Serbian Socialism, Part One … Continue reading

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The Effectiveness of Soviet Interwar Foreign Policy

 By: Andrew Korybko The Effectiveness of Soviet Interwar Foreign Policy oviet foreign policy before the Cold War has contradictorily been described as either being pragmatic and realistic or ineffective and idealistic. The true nature of interwar Soviet foreign policy lies … Continue reading

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