Still today the Great Leap Forward is painted in the blackest of colors. It was used by many of the originators of the restorationist line (Liu Shaoqui and Deng Xiaoping) in the People’s Republic of China as the reason to return to private markets and self ownership in agricultural commodity and property relations. It was […]
(1) Purpose and utility of comparative politics:—- The purpose of comparative study is to consider the political process and organisation in comparative manner for answering some common questions. In doing so borden the scope of comparison as to include many parties. It involves conscious comparison in the matter of political process, institution, authorities and behaviour.it […]
Cateva fragmente interesante “Plasat in campul credintei, spiritul mediocru gaseste inca ceva de spus. Bunul amplasament il ridica la nivelul lui. Dimpotriva , spiritul cel mai inzestrat si mai exersat sfarseste-daca e prost plasat-prin a nu avea de spus nimic: e subtil in accidental si stupid sau inexpresiv in cele esentiale” Nu cred sa fi […]
When chavismo talks about “things returning to normal” regarding energy, it means “normal in Caracas.” Most of the nation suffers daily blackouts that freeze people’s lives, institutions and erodes their minds. This is how you live with a broken infrastructure.
5. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aims and objectives of the Union shall be: 5.1 To organize all workers engaged in the value-chains of sports and recreation industries into one (1) National Union and to use every legitimate means to induce all workers who are eligible for membership to become members. 5.2 To promote a spirit […]
Foreword: This article was published in the February 1944 “American-Russian Frontiers” issue of Survey Graphic, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2, p. 95. The photo above is from a different article in the same issue, “Our Ally — Soviet Russia” by Walter Duranty, p. 118. “Under The Soviet Rainbow” by Louis Fischer holds the keys to the 1982 […]
Nothing in my work in Germany, Britain, Australia and now New Zealand has given me reason to doubt my basic beliefs: incentives matter; councils can work effectively when given the right incentives; and decision-making removed from the people it concerns creates problems.
Juan Carlos Reyes/ Caracas. The political situation in Venezuela is extremely complex. No one can really at the moment offer a prediction with some objective basis of the future of the country, since many are the variables and speculations that exist on the subject. If we think of the official wing, the rupture has been […]
20 May 2019: The Retail Sourcing And Procurement Market was appreciated at US$ 2748.70 million in the year 2016. It is estimated to develop at a substantial CAGR for the duration of the prediction. Growing acceptance of the resolutions, internationally, by way of a number of retail businesses is expected to be the cause for […]
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, CIVIL POLITY AND PHILANTHROPY in the USA, ROMANIA AND MEXICO By Olga Magdalena Lazin Narrated by TANYA Lane E-mail: email@example.com Ordering Information: Quantity sales. Special discounts are available on quantity purchases by corporations, associations, and others. For details, contact the publisher at the address above. Printed in the United States of America Library […]
Workers’ Offensive, a left communist group from Florida, has recently just completed an English translation of Grandizo Munis’ “Revolutionary Class, Political Organization, and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat”. Here is that translation in its entirety. You can find audio of this article in two parts here and here. Should revolutionary theory be introduced into the working class from […]
AAt 9:30 am last Friday, a week ago, a curious show was held in Camden Square in North London. The British media were hit by microphone shots and close-up lenses to capture the words and gestures of a politician who was walking on the sidewalk. The curiosity lies in this fact: the politician in question […]
Interview Tim Adams The Observer Guy Verhofstadt Interview Guy Verhofstadt: ‘If you want to see what nationalists have done, come to Britain’ Tim Adams The European parliament’s Brexit co-ordinator on the Behind Closed Doors film, the perils of populism and how Rwanda’s genocide changed him Guy Verhofstadt campaigning with the Liberal Democrats in Camden, north […]
The New Republic is the latest media powerhouse to get on the democratic socialist bandwagon, joining the NY Times, the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Teen Vogue, Rolling Stone, Vox, NPR, The Atlantic, The Nation, Time Magazine, and The New Yorker. You’d have to go back to the 1930s to see such a romance between […]