Monthly Archives: July 2018

Tory Brexit implodes and it’s back to the future. (opinion piece)

The UK Tory party has always been divided over Europe but in 2010 they found themselves with no overall majority and formed a coalition government with the Lib Dems. Earlier at the 2009 EU parliament elections, UKIP had come second … Continue reading

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Materialist Conception of History and its validity in 21st century to guide the impending social change

By Sudip Chakraborty and Sankar Sartar of the group Unite for a Cooperative World  Part A Rudiments of conceptual development of MCH The generalised view of society perceived history as a mere record of political events, dynasties, military campaigns, and a series … Continue reading

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