It took Stalin And Hitler to ignite World War II and the slaughter that came after.
From far away, Havana looks like a beautiful, tropical city. When you take a closer look, however, it is impossible to ignore its crumbling buildings and poor living conditions.
On September 16, 2015 a group of talented students and young professionals of the U.S. Cuba Democracy PAC visited the VOC Memorial and discussed avenues of engagement to ensure that democratic values and human rights are a cornerstone of U.S.-Cuba policy.
“China is a democracy.” When you’re in China, you’ll come across this statement, or words to its effect, everywhere: painted on walls, printed on posters, spoken on television, or repeated in speeches.
In response to the death of Fidel Castro on Friday, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation’s Executive Director Marion Smith released the following statement:
One hundred years ago this week, a sealed train bearing the “bacilli of Bolshevism” (Lenin’s own phrase) crossed war-torn Germany, destined for the North Sea.
When Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne of the Russian Empire on March 15, 1917, it was not inevitable that Russia would become the first communist country in history the following October.