Neither: it is capitalist.
Democratic, Socialist, and Communist governments
It was founded initially as sort of socialist commune in effect a Communist society though not a (Godless Communist) society as it was founded by a Minister (!)
prevention of communist/socialist takeover
No communist party nomineed that I know of but there is a socialist nominee (see below) Brian Patrick Moore (born June 8, 1943) is a democratic socialist politician from Spring Hill, Florida. He is the Socialist Party USA and Liberty Union Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2008 election.
Haiti is not a communist country and never has been.
Cuba is the perfect example of a Communist/ Socialist country in the Caribbean.
Socialist-Communist Union was created in 1923.
Socialist-Communist Union ended in 1932.
Romania. Love, your Professor
According to the CIA's World Factbook, the country of Colombia is a republic, in which the executive branch dominates government structure.
Based on their existing laws and government policies Philippines is a true socialist country but pretending to be a capitalist nation when dealing with the outside world.
Revolutionary Communist Group of Colombia was created in 1982.
Vietnam has a communist government.Communism is a social structure in which classes are abolished and property is commonly controlled, as well as a political philosophy and social movement that advocates and aims to create such a society.
Socialist This is about the only alternative to "communist" because basically, communism is complete socialism.
Yugoslavia is no longer a country. Before its breakup it was a Communist country.
from WW1 till 1990 Armenia was one of the soviet union countries but since 1990 it has been a non socialist nor communist country.
There has never been a country that is communist as communism requires the absence of government which the dictatorship known as China certainly doesn't have. China was socialist like the USSR before the early 90s where there were collective farms etc. Deng Xiao Ping introduced reforms to the economy and allowed foreign businesses to enter and for the Chinese to have private enterprise. China was a socialist dictatorship and is now a capitalist dictatorship.