Nukes, Millennials, and the Wizard of Oz: What to Expect at North Korea’s First Party Congress in 36 Years
North Korea expert Michael Madden says the congress won't be "Real World: Pyongyang," but it could reveal some very interesting details, like seeing which officials have and haven't been executed.
In a 1,500-word letter titled 'Brother Obama' the former Cuban leader and revolutionary was not pleased with the American President's recent visit.
By Tess Owen
The US president made history when he touched down in Havana on Sunday afternoon, but Cuba's long history of silencing political dissidents looms large during the visit.
By Sarah Mimms
Post office bills are usually uncontroversial affairs, but several Republicans bucked honoring the poet and civil rights activist over her supposed ties to communism.
The European Union is protesting a move by Poland's new government to muzzle the media, and possibly go in the authoritarian direction Hungary's already taken.
By Liz Fields
The 74-year-old Vermont senator delivered a long-awaited speech at Georgetown University on Thursday to outline the policies underpinning the ideology that is driving his surprising presidential election campaign.
By VICE News
Didhya Devi Bhandari is a seasoned politician and deputy of the ruling Marxist-Leninist party who has also served as a member of parliament and as defense minister.
By VICE News
In April, the Ukrainian government officially banned public displays of Communist propaganda — a move that has forced cities to replace hundreds of statues and rename streets named after Communist heroes.
The pope’s visit to Cuba on his way to the US is the latest sign of increasingly friendly relations between the island nation's Communist government and the Vatican.
The company is locked in a pitched battle to dominate China’s multi-billion-dollar ride-hailing market, which it expects will become the world's biggest and most lucrative.
VICE News reviewed newly released MI5 files that revealed how British spies aggressively monitored Doris Lessing, famous author and Communist.
Alexandru Visinescu's landmark trial marks a victory for the families of the 12 men who died while in his custody.
Police in Romania have raided the underground community which is said to be largely made up of children released from the country's orphanages in 1989 and who had nowhere to go but beneath the streets.
Raul Castro's comments about rejoining the Catholic Church are a sign that Castro has much to gain from the Pope's help in getting the US to loosen restrictions targeting Cuba.
By Liz Fields
The Worker’s Ruling Party released the slogans to mark the country’s founding and 70 years of liberation from Japanese rule.
The country’s leaders worry that reforms implemented more than three decades ago have allowed non-traditional ideas and teachings to undermine communist ideology and Chinese culture.
By Maria Qamar
To this day, Russian propaganda fills the spaces between the tight walls of every Donbas household.