- Slaves No More!
AWTW editorial argues that, for Maoists, the participation
of women has everything to do with the character of the revolution
being waged. Only a revolution that aims at the abolition
of all social divisions and inequalities can unleash women
to play a full role in society. Also featured are reprints
from Lenin and from the Chinese revolution, a report on an
International Women’s Day Celebration by women from Afghanistan,
and letters from readers.
Through the Darkness in Afghanistan
battlefield of Afghanistan offers its own unique opportunities
for revolutionary struggle – and the Maoists of the young
Communist Party of Afghanistan are determined to seize on
the turbulent conflicts ripping apart their country to forge
a force capable of offering genuine hope for an alternative
to both the medieval practices of the Islamic fundamenalists
and the modern exploitation of the imperialists.
in People’s War in Nepal
As the People’s War in Nepal faces the biggest
military operation in the country's history, General Secretary
Prachanda of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) presents
an overview of the results and prospects of two years of revolutionary
war. Also featured is a document from the RIM Committee explaining
why a participant in the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement,
the Nepal Communist Party (Mashal), has been expelled.