30 years since the disintegration of the Soviet Union:
Socialism remains the only real alternative to capitalism

The birth of the Soviet Union following the 1917 October Revolution in Russia brought about a qualitative change in the international situation. The new Soviet state and the socialist system it defended became the aspiration and source of inspiration for the peoples of the whole world. The agenda of the working class occupied the centre-stage of political discourse. Even spokesmen of the capitalist class had to pretend that they are for some form of socialism.

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Who and what was responsible for the two world wars in the 20th century?

On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II: Part-II 

The imperialist powers of the world, in their pursuit to expand their spheres of control through re-division of the world, were responsible for the two world wars of the 20th century. By the beginning of the 20th century, capitalism had reached its last and final stage, that of imperialism. The leading capitalist powers of the world had divided up all the continents into their respective colonies and spheres of influence. Further expansion was only possible through wars to seize territories from one another. 

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