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Organizations relating to Political Theories

Center for Russia and Eurasia / Arlington VA, USA / Est. 1983
Radical Faeries / Est. 1998
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1953
Institute for International Economic and Political Studies, Moscow / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1961
International Communist Current / Est. 1975
Association des neurologues libéraux de langue française / Martigues, France / Est. 1987
Swedish International Liberal Centre / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1989
Council of European Municipalities and Regions / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1951
International Gramsci Society / Westerville OH, USA / Est. 1989
UNITED for Intercultural Action - European Network Against Nationalism, Racism, Fascism and in Support of Migrants and Refugees / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1992
International Committee of the Fourth International / Oak Park MI, USA / Est. 1953
Esperanto Radikala Asocio - Coordination pour l\'intégration démocratique culturelle européenne / Rome, Italy / Est. 1991
Union of European Federalists, The / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1946
Le Cercle
Helen Suzman Foundation / Houghton, South Africa / Est. 1994
Internationalist Communist Union / Paris, France
Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty / Rome, Italy / Est. 1988
Third Way / London, UK / Est. 1990
Investeringsfonden for Østlandene / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 1990
Harriman Institute / New York NY, USA / Est. 1946
Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies / Est. 1975
Young European Federalists / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1970
International Association of Former Soviet Political Prisoners and Victims of the Communist Regime / Brooklyn NY, USA / Est. 1992
Institute of International Relations, Taipei / Taipei, Taiwan / Est. 1953
Adriano Olivetti Foundation / Rome, Italy / Est. 1962

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World Problems relating to Political Theories

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Irresponsible nationalism
Restrictive trade practices
Colonialism
Denial of freedom of thought in communist systems
Denial of right to national self-determination in communist systems
Authoritarianism
Lack of individualism in capitalist systems
Inefficiencies of federalism among states
Denial of human rights in capitalist systems
Denial of religion in communist systems
Denial of the right to social security in capitalist systems
Elitism in communist systems
Coercive population control
Alienation in capitalist systems
Abusive national leadership
Exploitative agribusiness
Domination of the world by sovereign states
Socialist colonialism
Secession
Denial of rights of indigenous people to be self-governing
Non-productive capitalist elites
Fear of increased autonomy
Capitalist speculation
Denial of democracy in communist systems
Exploitation in capitalist systems

Action Strategies relating to Political Theories

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scrutinizing practices of transnational corporations
Developing internet democracy
Re-inventing democracy
Developing democracy
Using authoritarianism
Abstaining from participation by local communities in democratic processes
Liberalizing trade
Forming transnational political interdependence
Revitalizing constitutional democracy
Supporting liberal democracy
Providing sufficient political independence
Affirming populist democracy
Requiring authentic application of science
Developing integrated educational programmes for peace, human rights and democracy
Assisting countries in the transition to democracy
Engaging in expansionism
Implementing democratic reforms
Abdicating
Conservatism
Gathering relevant input for collective deliberation
Developing democratic systems
Taking no-capitalist path
Supporting democratic principles
Using democratic processes
Liberal

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