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Communism

The Toolkit of Dissent

S Prasannarajan

Righteous and unforgiving, the dissident is the new ideologue

The Backstory of our Anxieties

We are still living in the changes authored by the years 1979 and 1989

Who’s Afraid of Freedom?

Three decades after 1989, the autocrat has become the sole choreographer of freedom

Icons Must Fall

Paul Zacharia’s first novel in English is a roller-coaster ride of ideas

The New Lenins

The new revolutionaries are democracy’s most rewarded children

The Return of Ideology

There's an ideological method in Trump's madness, and at its most fundamental level, it's all about what constitutes national identity

Fidel Castro: My Hero in Havana

For the world of communism, he was the last icon

Farewell Fidel

The Communist who made history after the end of history

The Fall of the Soviet Union: Monologues from Below

A Nobel Laureate chronicles the fall of the Soviet Union

1989: Between History and Memory

The threat today is no longer from the comic strip communism of Pyongyang. It is the ex-communist as an aggrieved nationalist, or the pinstriped communist as a Confucian capitalist, who challenges the world

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