Decades Leading Battalions of India
Deep in the countryside,
the Maoist Communist Centre of India has been organizing for
years among the poorest of the worlds poor. The strongholds
they have built in Jharkhand and adjoining states are now
the eye of a rising storm of revolutionary war. The incorporation
of MCCI into the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement in
2001 represent a great step forward for the cause of proletarian
revolution in India.
the Struggle to Unite the Genuine Communists
Despite the obvious
need for unity against the powerful, well-armed enemies of
revolution, it has often proven difficult to unite the communist
forces into a single vanguard party. The solution is not,
however, programmers that gloss over differences in the search
for some arithmetic unity around “common points”, but a dialectical
processing the revolution of struggling to resolve the key
issues facing the revolution in a spirit of unity-struggle-unity.
This article reviews the rich but tortuous experience of the
international communist movement to draw vital lessons for
the struggle today.
Red Power in Nepal
As it struggles
to advance the eight-years-old People’s War towards the seizure
of nation-wide power, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
is confronting complex and perilous challenges. An interlude
of cease-fire in 2003 gave way to a new round of even more
intense warfare. Today the People’s War is reaching new heights.