Congress Resolutions

22nd ICC Congress: Resolution on the international class struggle

The election of Donald Trump as president of the USA, which closely followed the unexpected result of the EU referendum in the UK, has created a wave of unease, fear, but also questioning across the world. How could our rulers, those who are supposedly in charge of the present world order, allow such things to happen – turns of events that seem to go against the “rational” interests of the capitalist class? How did it come about that a chancer, a narcissist thug and hustler is now at the head of the world’s most powerful state? And more important: what does this tell us about where the entire world is headed.

Resolution on the international situation

The ICC's 21st Congress adopted a resolution on the international situation, which aims to summarise our past mistakes and lay down perspectives for the future.

Resolution on the social situation in France

We are publishing here the resolution on the social situation in France adopted at the 21st Congress of RI. This document goes back over our analysis of the balance of forces between the classes, with the aim of arriving at a better understanding of the underlying reasons for the relative social calm which has existed since the movement against pension reforms.

Presentation of the 20th International Congress

The congress of a communist organisation is one of the most important moments of its life and activity. It has a responsibility to give an account of its activity to the working class as a whole.

20th ICC Congress: Resolution on the international situation

An important part of an ICC Congress is always the discussion of the international situation, since this is a key element in determining the organisation's activity in the years to come. The discussion at the 20th Congress gave rise to the resolution, adopted by the Congress, which we are publishing here.


Theses on the international situation

19th ICC Congress: Resolution on the international situation

1. The resolution adopted by the previous ICC Congress pointed out right away how reality had categorically refuted the optimistic predictions of the leaders of the capitalist class at the beginning of the last decade of the 20th century, particularly after the fall of the “Evil Empire”, the imperialist bloc which called itself “socialist”. It cited the now famous declaration of George Bush Senior in March 1991 announcing the birth of a “New World Order” based on respect for “international law”, underlining how surreal this declaration now seemed when confronted with the growing chaos engulfing capitalist society. Twenty years after this prophetic speech, and especially since the beginning of the last decade, the world has never been such a picture of chaos.

Class struggle and its obstacles

World Revolution held its 19th Congress in November 2010. One of the responsibilities of any territorial section of the ICC is to discuss the national situation. It has to analyse the economic crisis, the class struggle, and role played by British imperialism on the world stage. The following article is part of the Resolution on the British Situation adopted by the congress, specifically the section concerning the life of the bourgeoisie and the class struggle.

Britain: economic crisis and imperialist dead-ends

We are publishing here the first part of the resolution on the British situation adopted at the recent Congress of the ICC’s section in the UK. The second part, which looks at the political life of the bourgeoisie and the class struggle, will be published in a future issue, along with a summary of the main debates at the Congress.

Resolution on the crisis


International Situation

Resolution on proletarian political groups

The characterization of the various organi­zations who claim to defend s

13th Congress of the ICC: Resolution on the international situation

The 20th century began with the entry of the capitalist system into its phase of decadence: with the First World War, and with the first

13th Congress of Revolution Internationale

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Resolution on the international situation

For ten years decomposition has spread its grip over the whole of society. Increasingly, world events can only be understood in this framework.

10th Congress of the ICC

The ICC has just held its 10th Congress.

The 9th Congress of the ICC: Presentation: Tasks and responsibilities of the revolutionary organization

A few weeks before the events in the USSR, the ICC held its ninth International Congress.

The 8th Congress of the ICC: the stakes of the Congress

The International Communist Current has just held its 8th Congress.

International Situation (resolution)

1) The resolution on the international situat­ion from the 6th Congress of the ICC in November ‘85 was placed under the heading of the denunci­ation of a whole series of lies put forward by t

The 6th Congress of the ICC: What is at stake


Resolution on the International Situation


5th Congress of the ICC: The responsibility of revolutionary organizations

The life of revolutionary organizations is part of the life of the revolutionary class.

Resolution on the class struggle

It's necessary to analyze the class struggle on three complementary but distinct levels, in order to understand its characteristics and draw its perspectives:

Introduction to the Reports and Resolutions of the Fourth ICC Congress

"Run, comrade, the old world is behind you"

History is accelerating. The gaping wounds of the old world are getting deeper and multiplying.

18th ICC Congress: Resolution on the International Situation

1) On March 1991, following the collapse of the eastern bloc and the victory of the coalition in Iraq, President George Bush Senior announced to the US Congress the birth of a ‘New World Order' based on respect for international law. This new order was going to bring peace and prosperity to the planet...

Theses on the present upsurge in class struggle

Debate: On the critique of the theory of the "weakest link"

ICC's 17th Congress: Resolution on the international situation

1. One of the most important elements determining the life of capitalist society today is the fact that it has entered into its phase of decomposition. Since the end of the 1980s, the ICC has been demonstrating the causes and characteristics of this phase of decomposition. In particular, it has highlighted the following facts...

17th Congress of World Revolution: Resolution on the British Situation

1. The Resolution on the International Situation adopted at the ICC's 16th Congress in the Spring of 2005 declared that the choice of socialism or barbarism, that Rosa Luxemburg said faced humanity in 1916, was still valid. It traced this choice through the imperialist conflicts, the class struggle and the economic crisis of the subsequent 90 years...
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