China, Cuba, North Korea, Laos and Vietnam are the only five remaining communist nations in the world. Of these, according to Oxford University, North Korean policy most closely resembles that of Marx.
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 heavy industry and is ruled by the Communist Party of China.
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. Communist countries could be found throughout the world during the era of the Sovi
The Communist Party of China took control of the national government in 1947. As of 2014, the party remains in power, though the country has gradually adopted progressively free market policies over time.
As of November of 2014, the five Communist countries that exist in the world today are China, Cuba, North Korea, Laos and Vietnam. In these countries, the ruling party is the Communist Party. In 1949, China became a Communist country after Mao Zedong became its leader.
Russia is a democracy with a very strong presidency. The Communist Party lost power and the country began holding democratic elections in 1991.
Communists believe in socialism and are interested in protecting workers as well as creating equal opportunity for everyone by nationalizing banks, industries and railroads. Communism is at odds with the United States government because it rejects capitalism, a founding principle of the American gov
Most of the communist nations during the Cold War were Soviet satellite states such as Mongolia, Afghanistan, Albania, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and East Germany. Aside from the Soviet satellite states, there were also nonaligned and pro-Soviet communist countries.
A communist state is a system of government whereby wealth is distributed to the people based on need. Production resources are owned and controlled by the government. The government, in turn, is expected to operate for the benefit of the working class.
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.