Nepal: Biplav Group Comes Full-Circle to ‘Prachanda Path’

By Jakob Stein In the past week, the ‘Communist Party of Nepal’ led by Netra Bikram Chand, known by his nom de guerre Biplav, signed peace accords with the government’s ruling party, vowing to disarm and resolve any issues “peacefully” in exchange for the release of arrested cadres and leaders. Biplav’s betrayal mirrors that of his former chairman during the People’s War, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, … Continue reading Nepal: Biplav Group Comes Full-Circle to ‘Prachanda Path’

The Coup d’Etat in Myanmar

Editor’s Note: Tribune of the People is pleased to share this article on the coup in Myanmar first published on the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist internet review, Communist International – Internacional Comunista, to deepen our reader’s understanding of the situation there. We have made minor technical edits to improve readability for an American audience. Preface The media is full of articles regarding the current development in Myanmar. Especially … Continue reading The Coup d’Etat in Myanmar

Myanmar: Military Coup Reveals Contention within Ruling Class

Photo credit: Agence France-Presse — Getty Images By Rachel Foster The Myanmar military staged a coup on Monday, declaring a state of emergency and arresting the leaders of the ruling party, the National League for Democracy (NLD). The military denied the legitimacy of the November 2020 elections, the second electoral process since open military rule was replaced by a partial parliamentary system. This comes in … Continue reading Myanmar: Military Coup Reveals Contention within Ruling Class