Soviet Union- Joseph Stalin or Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili and in my opinion that most evil man ever even worse than Hitler Vietnam- one of them is Ho Chi Minh Cambodia- Khmer Rouge China- Moa Zedong Singapore- i dont know but i think they are still communist North Korea- Kim Jong-il Afghanistan- Akram Yari Laos- Prince Souphanouvong Yemen- Nasir Abdul Kareem al-Wahayshi (a.k.a. Abu Basir) I sure there alot more and some of the creators and philosophers are Karl Marx, Gracchus Babeuf, Mikhail Bakunin
Henri de Saint-Simon, Robert Owen, Friedrich Engels, Leon Trotsky, Vladimir Lenin, Lev Kamenev
and i pretty sure i missed a few
No. First of all, Asia is not a country. Asia is a continent. It has many countries. Some of those countries are communist, but many of them are not.
The two communist countries in Asia are Vietnam and China.
Actually, a few countries in east Asia are communist including Vietnam, Laos, Vietnam and The people's republic of China.
there are a lot of countries in Asia mostly small one such as hitocuchii and trapinasia and chinni.
There are two communist countries in southeast Asia, Vietnam and Laos.
China; North Korea; Vietnam.
north korea and vietnam
Asia has the most communist countries today. It contains four of the five communist countries today: China, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam. The only other communist country is Cuba, located in North America.
china,vietnam,north korea and japan,laosThere are only five communist countries still in existence in the world today. Four of them are in Asia. They are China, Laos, Vietnam, and North Korea. The other country, that is not located in Asia, is Cuba.
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
Asia has the most communist countries, containing 80% of the present day communist nations. They are China, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam.
After China became communist, the U.S. thought other countries would became communist
china veitman combodia some part of korea
As of May 2012, there are four countries with a communist party ruling. These are China, Cuba, Laos and Vietnam. Also sometimes considered a communist country is North Korea, but this is often disputed. Note that four out of the five supposed communist countries are located in Eastern Asia.
North Korea, The People's Republic of China,Laos, Vietnam
China - Capitalist Economy - Communist / Socialist Laos - Capitalist Economy - Communist / Socialist Vietnam - Capitalist Economy - Communist / Socialist North Korea - Fascist - No Economy
China, Cuba and North Korea. Laos in Southeast Asia does and Vietnam has a socialist government.
Central Asia is not a country but includes: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. There are also some Middle Eastern countries that are some times included in Central Asia.
The communist countries today are North Korea, China, Vietnam, Laos, and Cuba.
No, none of those three countries are communist countries.
Answer this question… It undermined communist ideology in communist countries.
Examples of current communist countries are People's Republic of China, Laos and Cuba. Vietnam and North Korea are also current communist countries.
If you're referring to the barrier that separated communist countries in Europe from non-communist countries, the answer is the Berlin Wall.