Theses of the CC of KKE

The working class, that is to say the class which will carry out the socialist revolution, and its allies, the popular strata, i.e. the semi-proletarians and the poor intermediate strata – taking into account contemporary conditions – experienced an unprecedented decline in the living standards, and their labour and social rights, due to capital’s strategy and the counter-revolutionary overthrow which took place in the 1980s and 1990s.

Political Repression in West Bengal Today

The Left movement in West Bengal – the most powerful contingent of the Left movement in India – today faces intense repression by the State Government led by the Trinamul Congress (TMC) and by the ruling classes in general. Surya Kanta Mishra, member of the Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), holds the two crucial positions of Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly and and Secretary of the State Committee of the CPI(M). Dr Mishra gave this interview on the state of political repression in West Bengal....

Modi Government Intensifies Agrarian Crisis

Traversing through the pages of history of another era and time need not necessarily be an unwanted digression irrelevant for the present question this article seeks to address. John Maynard Keynes once an active member of the Cambridge University Free Trade Association on a later day advocated Welfare economics and State intervention to overcome the crisis of world capitalism after the Great Depression.

Two Views on Syriza

We are reproducing excerpts from two long interviews which appeared in Jacobin magazine (, about Syriza. Sebastian Budgen, an editor at Verso Books, interviews Stathis Kouvelakis, a member of Parliament of Syriza and a leading member of the Left Platform within it. The second view of Syriza is contained in the statement of the Central Committee of the Greek Communist Party on the results of the parliamentary elections (January, 2015) and the statement of the PB of the Central Committee (February 2015).