national liberation

The Gold Coast Revolution

George Padmore's analysis of the independence movement on the Gold Coast against British rule, leading to the founding of Ghana under the presidency of Kwame Nkrumah.

Maldekstra Naciismo aŭ kiel trompi koncepton

Eseo sur la ideo de Jakvo Schram pri naciismo kaj "Maldekstra-naciismo.

Nationalism and socialism - Paul Mattick

Mattick writes on nationalism, from 'American Socialist', vol. 6, Sept. 1959, No. 9, pp.16-19.

Aspects of the International Class Struggle in Africa, the Caribbean and America - Walter Rodney

Walter Rodney.

Written in 1974 for the sixth Pan-African congress, this essay analyses the class struggle in Africa and its relation to the newly independent countries since the fifth congress in 1945. Rodney is intensely critical of the nationalism of 'African petty-bourgeiosie ruling class' while also drawing attention to the internationalist, class content of aspects of the anti-colonial struggles.

Since you mentioned “us”: nationalism by example of Scottish independence

Sturgeon announcing a new planned referendum, 2017

German group Gruppen Gegen Kapital Und Nation who work alongside british group Critisticuffs discuss nationalism with Scottish Nationalism used as the case study.

Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral

Return to the Source: Selected Speeches of Amilcar Cabral

This volume contains some of the principal speeches Cabral delivered in his last years during visits to the United States.

Unity & Struggle: Speeches and Writings of Amilcar Cabral

Unity & Struggle: Speeches and Writings of Amilcar Cabral

A collection of speeches and writings first published in 1979.

The 27 May in Angola: a view from below

Cuban and MPLA troops, 1970s

A historical paper by Lara Pawson about the 1977 massacre of around 25,000 black members and supporters of the Marxist-Leninist national liberation movement the MPLA, by the MPLA government itself, aided by Cuban troops under the command of Raul Castro.

Theses on the Right of Nations to Self-determination - Georgy Pyatakov, Yevgenia Bosch, Nikolai Bukharin

A set of theses, first published in the single-issue journal 'Kommunist' no. 1-2, Geneva 1915, (not to be confused with the journal 'Kommunist', of the same name, that appeared in 1918 at Saint Petersburg (ten issues) and Moscow (four issues)), written by Georgy Pyatakov, Yevgenia Bosch and Nikolai Bukharin on the 'national question'.