Cuba has a totalitarian communist government. It is headed by President Raul Castro and supported by a group of Communist Party loyalists. President Raul Castro took over the reins of government from his brother, Fidel C... More »

Cuba has a totalitarian communist state government. It is headed by President Raul Castro. Raul succeeded his brother, Fidel Castro, as president in 2008. Castro is the president, chief of state and commander of the arme... More »

As of 2014, Cuba is still a communist country. Although the government of Fidel Castro did not initially espouse Socialist policies, it began to pursue such policies soon after its victory in the Cuban Revolution in 1959... More »

Cuba became a communist state because Cuban leader Fidel Castro believed communism was the movement of the working class. Castro also established strong ties with the Soviet Union, and sharing its communist ideals ensure... More »

As of 2014, Cuba is still a communist country. Although the government of Fidel Castro did not initially espouse Socialist policies, it began to pursue such policies soon after its victory in the Cuban Revolution in 1959... More »

Countries that are communist as of 2014 are Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, China and Laos. China's communist system is tempered somewhat because it allows private entrepreneurship. Still, the state controls the country's he... More »

As of 2014, there are five communist countries: China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam and Laos. Former communist countries include Angola, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. Co... More »