Despite its roots in China, Mao Zedong’s theories of class struggle and violent revolution spread around the globe in the second half of the twentieth century, igniting armed uprisings in its wake. Asia historian Dr Matthew Galway and Latin American cultural studies researcher Dr Carlos Amador examine the appeal and impact of Maoism outside of China. With host Peter Clarke.
An Asia Institute podcast. Produced and edited by profactual.com. Music by audionautix.com. (Since recording this interview, Dr Galway has moved to the Australian National University).
Main image (L-R): Dr Matthew Galway and Dr Carlos Amador
Thumbnail image: Mao Zedong. Credit: Washington Area Spark/Flickr