In September 1920, around two thousand delegates of thirty-seven nationalities from the newly formed Soviet Union, Asia, and the Caucasus came together in Baku, Azerbaijan. This event, called the “Congress of the Toilers of the East,” was convened by the Communist International (Comintern), which had been formed the previous year, and promised a new anti-colonial […]

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