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The policy of extending the rule over other peoples and countries, often through the use of hard power and military force.
The advocacy of monarchical rule or monarchy as a form of government, led by a King or Queen for example.
Also known as Nationalsocialism - A form of Fascism which holds the people/nation superior to the individual, also advocates anti-semitism, anti-communism and scientific racism.
A form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition and strong regimentation of the society and economy.
A post-World War II ideology inspired by Fascsim. Usually advocates racial supremacy, populism and xenophobia.
Rejection of political plurality and democracy in favour of a strong central power to preserve the political status quo.
A range of political stances emphasising ¨the people¨ against ¨the elite¨, often viewed as having simplified politics with the aim of attracting more followers.
Promotion of a single national identity on the basis of a shared culture and history, it holds that each nation should govern itself, free from outside interference.
Aims for societal stability and continuity in the context of culture and civilization, achieved through the promotion and preservation of traditions, hierarchies, authority and property rights.
A combination of modern democratic ideas and traditional Christian values, often considered centre-right on cultural, social and moral issues, though centre-left economically.
A political movement or ideology chiefly opposed to communism and/or communist oppression
The policy of prioritizing the local. For example the local production and consumption of goods, local control of the government, and promotion of local history, culture and identity.
Liberalism advocates liberty for the individual and equality before the law, and generally also capitalism, democracy, secularism, gender equality and internationalism.
Libertarianism seeks to maximize individual autonomy and political freedom from the state. The moral worth of the individual and liberty are its core principles.
The political acceptance or support of a balance between the political left and the right, social equality and social hierarchy, while opposing significant shifts to either side.
The policy of permitting or encouraging a broad spectrum of views as opposed to a single ideology.
Aims to foster an ecologically sustainable society rooted in environmentalism, nonviolence, social justice and grassroots democracy.
Agrarianism is a philosophy which values rural society as superior to urban society and the independent farmer as superior to the paid worker.
Related to Secularism, aims to minimize religious authority in the public sector.
The implementation of democracy in a previously non-democratic government through revolutionary means.
A broad range of views characterised by social ownership of the means of production as well as the belief that what is best for the collective is best for the individual.
Communism aims to establish a classless and stateless society characterized by the common ownership of the means of production with free access to its products based on needs.
A political party or candidate which is not associated with any specific ideology.