Links to the old web pages of KKE

The international sites of KKE gradually move to a new page format. You can find the previous versions of the already upgraded pages (with all their content) following these links:

Search for content

Most Recent News

The impact of AUKUS on international developments and the stance of the communists

Nov 18, 2021

The impact of AUKUS on international developments and the stance of the communists
The tripartite "security" alliance between the US, Australia, and ...
ON THE DRAMATIC SITUATION OF THE REFUGEES AT THE BELARUS BORDERS WITH EU COUNTRIES

Nov 17, 2021

ON THE DRAMATIC SITUATION OF THE REFUGEES AT THE BELARUS BORDERS WITH EU COUNTRIES
The latest developments, with thousands of refugees and ...
Solidarity with Cuba

Nov 12, 2021

Solidarity with Cuba
The Communist Party of Greece denounces the new escalation of the ...
Workers’ strikes for collective agreements, wage increases, and contemporary rights

Nov 11, 2021

Workers’ strikes for collective agreements, wage increases, and contemporary rights
In recent days, strikes in Greece are spreading and growing ...

» See all news...

On the Cyprus Issue

Positions and materials of the KKE on the developments around the Cyprus Issue

The International role of China

by Elisseos Vagenas, member of the CC of KKE, responsible for the international section of the CC published in Communist Review 6th issue 2010 The rise of a new global power, China, has provoked a great deal of interest from analysts and ordinary workers all over the world. ...

Read more...

Strategy for the “correction” or for the overthrow of the system?

Article of the International Relations Department of the CC of the KKE

As is well-known, The KKE on the 1st of December 2010 in its letter to the Communist and Workers’ parties of Europe called on them to weaken the ELP and to abandon it because it is a tool for the entrapment of the revolutionary forces within the framework of capitalism and as the "tail" of social-democracy. This initiative of the KKE provoked, as was expected, discussions within several parties, which are either members or observers of the ELP. ...

Read more...