Why is China a communist nation?
Because Mao Tse Tung declared it to be, after WW II.
China became communist in 1949 when Mao Zedong took over China.This was after a long civil war.
The people in China are communists because that is the style ofgovernment that have and it is what they are used to. China is oneof the few truly communist countries left, and… even their system isshowing some signs of change.
Yes, The People's Republic of China is a Communist country.
The Chinese communist party started in 1949. Mao Tse Tung ( or Mao ZeDong ) took control of the government, which had been ruled by emperors from the Chin dynasty.
Not at all. China was never communist by strict definition from thestart (when chair Mao Zedong declared China communist in 1949,China was more of a mix of socialism, Confucia…nism, and otherpolitical/social systems Mao Zedong adopted). China could not be considered communist or socialist by anydefinition since the 1970s, when Chairman Deng Xiaoping institutedfree trade reforms (which violates key tenets of communism).
Politically, YES. Technically and practically, NO. China and Communist China refer to the modern state of China, andChina is still recognized by both its own leaders and thos…e of theworld as a "communist" state. The U.N., NATO, and most politicalorganizations still refer to China as communist, so both terms meanessentially the same thing. HOWEVER, ever since capitalistic and liberal reforms started in the1970s under Chairman Deng Xiaoping, China CANNOT be classified as acommunist by any form of definition. China today is more of a mixof oligarchy (specifically corporatocracy), capitalism, andcommunism. Because China violates many of the key tenets ofcommunism (communism cannot have capitalism/free trade), it is notcommunist in practice. Right now, many of China's legal systems and social structure isbased on contradictory policies. If you're curious as to why peoplestill refer to China as a "communist" state, the main reason isthat most detractors and critics of China's contradictory policiesdo not have significant power to compel world governments toofficially change their mindset. The critics of China's socialcontradiction are usually historians, political analysts,philosophers, and members of human rights organizations-all ofwhich who don't possess significant political power or wealth ingeneral. China's state government uses its "communist" status as a means ofjustifying its rule, saying that because the government workssolely for its people, it should be allowed to exist. To have othernations openly declare that China is not communist would directlycontradict official statements by China's government, which wouldopen the possibility of dissension within China's people. GivenChina's massive economy, labor force, and military powerprojection, most countries generally ignore this flaw in hopes ofimproving dipolmatic relations or gaining something from China. It's not "right" or "good", but it is a practical decision in theeyes of many people.
China has a massive amount of troops and modern technology - it's China 7,500,000 (along with reserve troops and paramilliatry) vs U.S.A 3,400,000 (along with reserve troops a…nd paramillitary). China is also growing their economy and still going strong.
Officially, yes. At least when it comes to the 'one party' thing. Next time, read wikipedia.
In Cold War
As a communist nation, China became part of the global communist alliance lead by the USSR. Western nations were in conflict with the communist bloc during the Cold War.
In History of China
No one knows when the communist of china. To this day it is still a beautiful mystery.
In History of China
Every part of China was Communist, ever since 1949 until the 1970s,when Chairman Deng Xiaoping instituted capitalism and free tradereforms. Since then, China has no longer bee…n communist inpractice, as the nation currently violates many tenets of communism(for example, communist countries by definition have free trade,which China does)
In History of China
In USSR in WW2
Who was the communist nation in eastern Europe that broke with the soviet union and became politically and philosophically allied with communist china?