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The Comintern - organising to fight for a global revolution

The Comintern - organising to fight for a global revolution Revolutionaries formed the Comintern 100 years ago. Simon Basketter says this was a world-shaping event and that its activities still hold lessons for socialists today

How does revolt end war?

How does revolt end war? Imperialism and international competition lies behind wars the world over. But if capitalism causes war, what ends it? Dave Sewell looks at the revolts that stopped the slaughter

3. Building revolutionary parties

3. Building revolutionary parties John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the Communist Third International, continues his series by looking at the Comintern's attempt to build a worldwide party while avoiding the mistakes of the Second International

2. How the Third International began

2. How the Third International began John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the Communist Third International, continues his series, by looking at the origins of the International. The series started with a prologue on the 1907 Stuttgart conference in Germany.

1. Stuttgart 1907: debating reform and revolution

1. Stuttgart 1907: debating reform and revolution As the opening of a major nine-part series on the Communist International, John Riddell, examines discussions on war and socialist unity at the 1907 Stuttgart conference in Germany.

0. The Communist International - Socialist Worker’s major nine part series

Historian John Riddell writes on the Communist International, known as the Comintern - an organising centre for revolutionaries formed in the aftermath of the 1917 Russian Revolution.

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