Tag: Deng Xiaoping



Cuba on The Verge of Adopting Chinese Style Market Socialism With Cuban Characteristics

Cuba’s National Assembly has just adopted a new Constitution which replaces the previous one originally adopted in 1976. Some of the more internationally eye-catching changes are that while the position of the Communist Party remains intact, much as is the case in contemporary China and Vietnam, the goal of “building […]


While Some Nations Are Inspired by Nostalgia – Chinese President Xi Encourages The Youth to Dream Big For a Brighter Future

A frequent refrain among much of western media on all sides of the ideological spectrum is that “things aren’t what they used to be”. Donald Trump’s winning campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” was in fact a variation on this common theme – the clear implication being that things have […]



A Confident Beijing Brings Socialism With Chinese Characteristics to An Uncertain Germany for Marx’s 200th Birthday

While many people debate the legacy of Marxism on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, for the world’s largest communist country, the People’s Republic of China, Marx is less a matter of debate than a matter of reality. In the run-up to Marx’s bicentenary, Chinese leaders have […]


Bank of England Governor Thinks 19th Century Marxism is Coming Back While Ignoring the Success of Deng Xiaoping and Xi Jinping

Canadian Mark Carney who is the current Governor (director) of the Bank of England has warned that as wages in the west continue to stagnate and more jobs are replaced by automation and so-called artificial intelligence, that consequently, the ideas of Karl Marx will become increasingly attractive to the western […]



Your Guide to Dispelling Every Western Myth About China

From 1945 to the present day, the US and its close European allies have developed a geopolitical narrative which in the minds of its authors, offered a blueprint for international peace and prosperity. According to this narrative, confrontational multi-party democracy, a rejection of constitutional secularism, an internally de-regulated market, an […]