Political Ideologies

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DescriptionIdeologyCountries with Prominent Parties
Promotes moderate ideologies, usually falling somewhere in the middle between the political right and left. Ireland, Iceland, Finland
Promotes the establishment of an egalitarian, classless, stateless society based on common ownership and control of the means of production and property in general.Cuba, Nepal, Vietnam
Emphasizes enforcement of Shari’a law, unity and rejection of many aspects of Western culture. Also varies widely in specific political viewpoints.Turkey, Morocco, Pakistan
Promotes a mixed economy, usually resulting in a kind of reformed capitalism characterized by government regulation of the economy and a democratic welfare state.India, Portugal, United Kingdom
Advocates the maximization of individual liberty and the minimization or even abolition of the state. Usually heavily pro-consumer, though this varies.[Few prominent]
Places a high importance on environmental goals, and on achieving these goals through broad-based, grassroots, participatory democracy.[None]
Separate from most political ideologies, specifically aims to establish more rights and legal protections for women.[None specifically]
Focuses on individual freedoms; in Europe usually refers to free-market capitalism, while in America advocates varyiCanada, Taiwan, Thailand, Many Others
DescriptionIdeologyCountries with Prominent Parties
Heavily promotes one nation over others; generally sees the ‘people’ as the nation and rejects states made up of multiple national groups; often secessionist.Bangladesh, Sudan, China (debatable, many similar)
Theory of economic organization advocating public or direct worker ownership and administration of the means of production and allocation of resources.Myanmar, Tanzania, Venezuela
Applies Christian principles to public policy, thus usually conservative on social issues; in Europe, generally favor market economies; in Latin America, often more progressive.Chile, Germany, Switzerland
Considers the state, as compulsory government, to be unnecessary, harmful, and/or undesirable, and favors the absence of the state.[None]
Seeks to combine radical and authoritarian nationalism with a corporatist economic system, often through a dictatorship.Italy, Spain, Germany (all defunct)
Characterized by an emphasis on the authority of the state, typically controlled by non-elected rulers who usually permit some degree of individual freedom.Arguably many
Advocates institutions and traditional practices, which have developed organically within a nation over a period of time. Views vary widely from place to place.Japan, United States, New Zealand, Many Others

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