Ukraine: Rivalry between Imperialist Powers escalates
Ukraine/Russia: Down with imperialist colonialism!
I. What are the Criteria for an Imperialist State?
Imperialism and Super-Exploitation
II. Russia: The Nature of its Monopoly Capital and its Status as a Great Imperialist Power
Excurse: The Breakdown in the 1990s and Putin’s Solution of a Bonapartist-Restorationist Regime
Russia’s Rise as an Economic Power
Capital Export of Russian Monopolies
Russia as a Great Political and Military Power
III. Rebuilding the Empire: Putin’s Drive to Expand the Grip of Russian Imperialism
Russia’s Internal Colonies
Putin’s Eurasian Union: An Imperialist Attempt to Subjugate Central Asian and Eastern European Semi-Colonies
Migration and Super-Exploitation
IV. The Distinguishing Characteristics of Russia as an Imperialist Power
V. The Arguments of Our Critics
WIVP (South Africa): Russia is a Semi-Colony of German Imperialism
LCFI: From “Imperialist” to “Pre-Imperialist” China and Russia
The LCFI Schematic: An A-historic and Un-dialectical Understanding of Imperialism
The Great Imperialist Powers before 1914
Lenin, Trotsky and the Bolsheviks on Russia as an Imperialist Power
An Ultra-Left Version of Kautskyianism
VI. Appendix: Political and Economic Problems of Capitalist Restoration in Russia (2001)
The Putin regime as a strong bonapartist-restorationist regime capable of pushing through capitalist restoration
Russiaas a weak imperialist power
On the concept of restorationist Bonapartism
August 1998: a pre-revolutionary crisis which ended in a counter-revolutionary defeat for the workers movement
The democratic question and permanent revolution
Revolutionary Communism No. 21 has 44 pages.
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