A Conservative MP in Finland has proposed the removal of the Hakaniemi World Peace Statue in Helsinki and the Friendship of Peoples Monument in Itäkeskus, both symbolic of friendship with the people of Russia
Temur Pipia, leader of the Unified Communist Party of Georgia, talks on the legal proceedings against him, the campaign against the left in the country and the challenges before communists
Temur Pipia, leader of the Unified Communist Party of Georgia, was detained by the Georgian police while returning from Russia. The state authorities have registered a case against him invoking the 2011 Freedom Charter
Marches to the embassies and consulates of Poland were held in several countries in solidarity with the Polish communists on March 3. The conservative government of the country has made several attempts to persecute the party and its publication Brzask.
The scope and scale of the right-wing resurgence this year shows the urgent need for greater working class mobilizations that can safeguard and deepen democracy and build coalitions
Members of the ultra-nationalist group, Serbian Action, sprayed red paint on the busts of the heroes and wrote a notorious fascist slogan over the marble plaque in the tomb
An appeals court in Ukraine upheld the ban on the Rabochaya Gazeta. The communist purge initiated by former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has continued in the country under Volodymyr Zelensky
Paid websites and social media handles have been found to be spreading pro-EU and anti-Russian propaganda under the garb of ‘democratizing’ Belarus.
Communists and other progressives have accused the EU leadership of targeting the Soviet Union while concealing the role of countries such as Spain and Italy in the spread of Nazism and fascism