Author: Alexei Gusev

Alexei Gusev is the associate professor of history of the Moscow Lomonosov State University, expert of the Global Labour Institute. He is the author of more than 80 publications on the history of socialist and labour movements, Trotskyism and Communist oppositions, social and political history of Russia, historiography and political theory. From the 1980s has been active in labour, socialist and democratic movements, co-founder of the Victor Serge Public Library in Moscow, Praxis Research and Education Centre, University Solidarity Union.

The Kronstadt Revolt of 1921 as a part of the Great Russian Revolution

The March revolution of 1921, initiated by “Red Kronstadt”, had to complete the cause of the February and October revolutions of 1917. In this context, the Kronstadt revolt of 1921 appears as an integral part of the revolutionary process that took several years.

The Return of the Russian Revolution: Nature of and Perspectives on the Wave of Social Protest in Russia

"Every generation needs a new revolution"
Thomas Jefferson

"The most dangerous thing is to create a system of permanent revolution."
Vladimir Putin