Socialist reconstruction in Europe (1945-1970)
Drawing on the history of the USSR, GDR, Poland, and Albania, Mateusz Naglik argues that socialism paved the way for advanced industrialised societies
What is ‘Stalinism’?
Ben Ughetti writes on how the term has gained popularity amongst sectarian and reactionary political forces
The life of Vukašin Marković
Alek Barovic, writes about Vukašin Marković – one of the first Yugoslavian communists, who went on to assist in revolutions around the world
Stalin, “Totalitarianism”, and kebab: a response to CBC’s Chris Brown
Brown’s attempts to conflate socialism and fascism under the umbrella of “totalitarianism” are hardly anything original. Rather, they place him in a shameful tradition of historical revisionism amongst some of the most infamous bourgeois academics and other ruling class mouthpieces.