The Victims of Communism Foundation's Blog

Archive by Category "Uncategorized"

Uncategorized


Uncategorized

Over thirty five years after the end of the Vietnam War, 1,597 Americans remain lost in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and China. Recovery efforts can …


Uncategorized

One of the biggest blind spots of the US government from 1918-1945 was its underestimation of communism’s public appeal. Many officials thought the doctrine …


Uncategorized

Last fall, we startled many people in this city when we published the results of a YouGov poll that revealed that 44 percent of …


Uncategorized

In May 2017—70 years after the announcement of the Marshall Plan—I visited Greece on a US State Department-sponsored program commemorating the anniversary. There was …


Uncategorized

For the past two weeks, the Central American nation of Nicaragua has been wracked by protest. The police and paramilitaries loyal to socialist strongman …


North Korea Uncategorized

By all accounts, a summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is imminent. The stakes for the meeting are high, …


Uncategorized

Is communism environmentally friendly? At first glance, one might be tempted to answer “yes.” A powerful central government with a collectivist philosophy might be …


Uncategorized

“Given that our nations have found themselves on the brink of hopelessness and resignation, we have decided to express our protest and to awaken …

One hundred years ago, a catastrophic event took place in the grand city of St. Petersburg. A revolution overthrew the Tsarist government of Russia. …


Uncategorized

The “Made in China” label is famous worldwide, found on an immense array of consumer products that can be found in any shop, large …