Europe

Marx's London memorial vandalised for second time

Marx, a founding father of Communist political theory, called on workers to assume control of the means of production.

Marx memorial vandalised in London for second time in February

The Far Right

The German who fought fascism, to the death

The daughter of the German communist killed by the Nazis discusses her legacy in the modern fight against the far right.

Olga Benario Prestes: The German who fought fascism, to the death

Czech Republic

Czechs mark 50 years since bloody Soviet invasion

Scores of Czechoslovakians were killed in Prague after Soviet Union cracked down on anti-communist protesters in 1968.

Czechs mark 50 years since bloody Soviet invasion

Bolivia

Che Guevara remembered 50 years after his execution

Artists, activists and Guevara's descendants gather to commemorate the death of the revolutionary.

Che Guevara remembered 50 years after his execution

Latin America

Bolivia honours Che: 'People die, their ideas never do'

Thousands gather in the town of Vallegrande to commemorate the revolutionary's life, death and legacy.

Bolivians honour Che Guevara 50 years after execution

Latin America

Che Guevara 50 years on: His life and legacy

A look back at the life and legacy of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara.

Who was Che Guevara?

In the Field

Tales of war: Is China's academic freedom at risk?

Chinese historian Hong Zhenkuai talks about challenging historical facts supported by the Chinese government.

Inside Story

Remembering Chairman Mao Zedong

How is today’s China different from Mao's communist vision?

Opinion

The vivid life of Fidel Castro

As the former leader turns 90, he is seen as both a totalitarian dictator and an anti-imperialistic humanitarian.

John Kirk

by John Kirk

John Kirk

Africa

Africa and the legacy of the Cold War

'Red Africa': From a generation of cinematographers to the end of apartheid - Africa, Cuba and the Soviet Union.

Between East and West: The Cold War's legacy in Africa

Coup

Revisiting an Indonesian massacre 50 years on

Anti-communist purges starting in 1965 killed 500,000 people - and now survivors are challenging the official narrative.

Revisiting an Indonesian massacre 50 years on

Europe

Relics of Romania's communist industrial past

Despite collapse of communism, Romanians still live in derelict colonies built to support the now-ruined industries.

Relics of Romania's communist industrial past

Talk to Al Jazeera

Cuban spy: 'I will do it again if I have to'

After spending 16 years in US prisons, Gerardo Hernandez shares his remarkable story behind his liberation.

AJ IMPACT

Capitalism meets communism head on in Cuba

Normalised Cuba-US relations could result in a hybrid economic model blending socialism and entrepreneurial spirit.

Capitalism meets communism head on in Cuba