Series on Maoist Revisionism: Mao Endorses the “Three Worlds Theory” & Deng’s U.N. Speech

San fen shi jie lun, or The Theory of the Three-Part World Mao Zedong first talked about his idea of the “three-part world” in his meeting with Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia, on 22 February 1974. He said that there were “three worlds.” The United States and the Soviet Union belonged to the first world.Continue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: Mao Endorses the “Three Worlds Theory” & Deng’s U.N. Speech”

Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Processes of the Capitalist Development of the Chinese Economy

“ALBANIA TODAY» No 2 / 1980 By Tomor Cerova — Docent, Professor at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Tirana In the economic, as in all the other fields, the Chinese revisionists have been spreading for many years now reformist, opportunistand revisionist views, and implementing the same practices either invented by them orContinue reading “Series on Maoist Revisionism: The Processes of the Capitalist Development of the Chinese Economy”

“Communist” China: “China respects the choice of the Libyan people”

China said today it respects the decision of the Libyan people and that it expects the situation to stabilize as soon as possible after the rebel troops took the center of Tripoli and said they had ended the regime of Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi after four decades of dictatorship. “China respects the choice of the LibyanContinue reading ““Communist” China: “China respects the choice of the Libyan people””

West must “clear up its mess” in Libya, says China

BEIJING: China’s state media said Tuesday the West has a responsibility to “clear up its mess” in Libya after rebels overran the capital Tripoli and declared the Gaddafi era over. The Global Times said the future of the North African country lay in the hands of the Western countries that have backed a NATO campaignContinue reading “West must “clear up its mess” in Libya, says China”

Maoists to Liquidate PLA into Army

P.B. Pokhrel Kathmandu, Nepal – UCPN Maoist’s recent decision to accept the integration modality proposed by the Nepal Army has raises a hope that the long being controversies over the People Liberation Army (PLA), former Maoist combatants, would come into end leading the country towards peace and constitution. Maoist’s recent decision can be termed asContinue reading “Maoists to Liquidate PLA into Army”

Prachanda, Follower of Modern Revisionism

A Maoist analysis of Nepali revisionism led by Prachanda. — E.S. At the occasion of the 10th birthday of People’s War initiation in Nepal, Prachanda granted an interview to the reactionary newspaper “The Hindu”, which published it on February 10. Prachanda explains there at length the new positions of the CP of Nepal (Maoist), whichContinue reading “Prachanda, Follower of Modern Revisionism”

Wen Jiabao Goes Shopping and Vows to Help the Euro

Chinese Premier in Berlin By Severin Weiland It was an historic occasion: The first ever joint cabinet meeting between China and Germany. While Chancellor Angela Merkel admonished her guest on human rights issues, the focus was firmly on economic cooperation. And Premier Wen Jiabao vowed solidarity with the euro zone. Almost everything went according toContinue reading “Wen Jiabao Goes Shopping and Vows to Help the Euro”

Kissinger says in his new book that US established a strategic partnership with Mao to contain the USSR

“A coalition of the United States, China, Japan and Europe was bound to prevail against the Soviet Union” (p. 285), Kissinger says. He also says that Beijing stressed the need for “peaceful development” (p. 508), which is another word for “peaceful coexistence”. He says that the Sino-American alliance “became central to the evolution of aContinue reading “Kissinger says in his new book that US established a strategic partnership with Mao to contain the USSR”

Nepal Maoists Surrender Last of Weapons; Prepare for Integration with Reactionary Army Forces

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Maoists today were in the final stages of handing over their weapons as part of a deal to end the dual security system for the top leaders of the former rebels. “We have begun collecting weapons and have kept them at the Nayabazaar-based residence of Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and theContinue reading “Nepal Maoists Surrender Last of Weapons; Prepare for Integration with Reactionary Army Forces”

China’s Free Trade Zone in DPRK set to open soon

A free-trade area and a tax-free zone will be set up as part of the first special economic zone straddling the mainland and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), a Chinese government official told China Daily. Dai Yulin, secretary of the Dandong committee of the Communist Party of China, said the area will helpContinue reading “China’s Free Trade Zone in DPRK set to open soon”

Nepal’s Maoists: Surrender is “Undogmatic”

CHITWAN, Nepal — In a major step forward in Nepal’s tortured peace process, Maoist political leaders on Saturday formally relinquished control of their 19,000-member army to a special governmental committee. At a ceremony held about 110 miles from the capital, Katmandu, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, chairman of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) signed aContinue reading “Nepal’s Maoists: Surrender is “Undogmatic””