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Each country has one of the four '''ideologies'''. These are difficult to change and affect under what circumstances a country can perform certain actions, and what happens to occupied territory.
 
Each country has one of the four '''ideologies'''. These are difficult to change and affect under what circumstances a country can perform certain actions, and what happens to occupied territory.
  
 
== Communism ==
 
== Communism ==
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{{icon|communism|width=30px}} Communism is a form of government based on social equality and collective ownership of the means of production.
 
{{icon|communism|width=30px}} Communism is a form of government based on social equality and collective ownership of the means of production.
 
=== Sub-ideologies ===
 
* Marxism: "Encompassing a broad spectrum of economic and historical views, Marxist politics seek to apply the theories of Karl Marx to political practice. Class struggle and the need for transition to a society based on common ownership of the means of production characterize these ideologies."
 
* Leninism: "A political ideology based in Marxist thought, Leninism seeks to establish a socialist state by a vanguard party leading a revolution overthrowing capitalist society. Once in power, the party rules through a system whereby policies are open for internal debate until a decision has been made."
 
* Stalinism: "Identifying as a form of government applying and developing Marxist-Leninist policies, Stalinism emphasizes rapid industrialization and collectivization as well as the need for a strong, authoritarian socialist state to purge any counter-revolutionary elements."
 
* Anti-revisionism: "A reaction to the many ideologies claiming to be successors to Marxism, Anti-Revisionism advocates retaining key elements of original revolutionary theory. Mainly opposing incorporation of capitalist economic elements into socialist states, the ideology is defined as much by what it isn't as what it is."
 
* Anarchist Communism: "An ideology embracing the idea of communism as a stateless society, Anarchist Communism eschews the idea of a transitionary socialist state and favors a society based on voluntary associations and mutual aid."
 
* Syndicalism: "A Marxist-based ideology that promotes democratic federations of collectivised trade unions as the basic political and economic units of the socialist state. Trade unions are equally owned by its members, have complete economic and political control over the workplaces they organise and are given great amounts of autonomy from the central government. On a larger scale, the various trade unions elect members to regional and national trade union congresses which form the legislative and executive powers of the central government."
 
* Totalism: "Totalism is both a specific ideology and a category sometimes given to name various radical left-wing ideologies with similar characteristics. Totalism is a critique on orthodox syndicalism, critiquing that the councils are just a continuation of bourgeois parliamentarism. Totalism promotes a new direction for socialism in the world, envisioning an anarchist state under the protection of one leader."
 
  
 
=== Traits ===
 
=== Traits ===
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* Impact of war declaration on World Tension: {{green|–25%}}<!-- 75% multiplier -->
 
* Impact of war declaration on World Tension: {{green|–25%}}<!-- 75% multiplier -->
 
* Impact of joining faction on World Tension: {{green|–50%}}
 
* Impact of joining faction on World Tension: {{green|–50%}}
* {{icon|yes}} Can impose its ideology on other countries
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* {{icon|no}} Can impose its ideology on other countries
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can send volunteers
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can send volunteers
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can puppet countries in a peace conference
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can puppet countries in a peace conference
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
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* {{icon|no}} Can host governments in exile
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* {{icon|yes}} Can prepare collaboration goverments
 
* Puppet cost: {{green|–30%}}
 
* Puppet cost: {{green|–30%}}
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* Civilian intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
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* Army intelligence to others: {{red|+7.5%}}
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* Navy intelligence to others: {{red|+12.5%}}
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* Airforce intelligence to others: {{red|+7.5%}}
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* World Tension required to join faction: {{green|-10%}} <!-- hidden_modifier = { join_faction_tension = -0.1 } -->
  
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
{{#lst:World tension|tension_threshold_communism}}
 
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=== Unique occupation law ===
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Communist nations can employ '''Liberated Workers''' [[occupation law]].
  
 
=== Countries that start out as communist ===
 
=== Countries that start out as communist ===
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'''Majors:'''
Majors:
 
 
* {{flag|Soviet Union}}
 
* {{flag|Soviet Union}}
Minors:
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''Minors:''
 
 
Asia:                         
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
* {{flag|Communist China}}
 
* {{flag|Communist China}}
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* {{flag|Mongolia}}
 
* {{flag|Mongolia}}
 
* {{flag|Sinkiang}}
 
* {{flag|Sinkiang}}
South America:
 
 
* {{flag|Paraguay}}
 
* {{flag|Paraguay}}
 
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|3|225px|5px}}
  
 
== Democracy ==
 
== Democracy ==
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{{icon|democracy|width=30px}} Democracy is a form of government in which the popular vote governs, directly or indirectly. It is characterized by a commitment to civil liberties.
 
{{icon|democracy|width=30px}} Democracy is a form of government in which the popular vote governs, directly or indirectly. It is characterized by a commitment to civil liberties.
 
=== Sub-ideologies ===
 
* Conservatism: "Considering rapid changes to society to be potentially harmful, conservatism espouses tradition and moderate reforms, sometimes advocating a return to old moral values."
 
* Liberalism: "With a long philosophical tradition of valuing personal liberty, liberalism views safeguarding these rights as the primary function of the state."
 
* Socialism: "Social Democracy, or Socialism, aims to reform capitalism and humanise it by aligning it with the ethical ideals of social welfare while maintaining the capitalist mode of production, rather than creating an alternative socialist economic system. While usually promoting a plutocratic form of government and a heavily regulated market economy, some more radical streams exist. Striving for equality and a socialist state by reformist means, democratic socialism aims to abolish or mitigate the effects of capitalism with public mandate."
 
* Constitutional Monarchy:
 
 
  
 
=== Traits ===
 
=== Traits ===
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*{{icon|no}} Cannot declare war on democratic countries without a [[wargoal]]
 
*{{icon|no}} Cannot declare war on democratic countries without a [[wargoal]]
*{{icon|no}} Cannot impose its ideology on other countries
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*{{icon|yes}} Can impose its ideology on other countries <!-- can_force_government = yes is in the democracy section -->
 
*{{icon|no}} Cannot puppet a country in a peace conference
 
*{{icon|no}} Cannot puppet a country in a peace conference
 
*{{icon|no}} Cannot occupy territory owned by neutral countries (it is given to the owner instead)
 
*{{icon|no}} Cannot occupy territory owned by neutral countries (it is given to the owner instead)
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*{{icon|yes}} Can [[guarantee]] countries with other ideologies
 
*{{icon|yes}} Can [[guarantee]] countries with other ideologies
 
*{{icon|yes}} Lowers World Tension with guarantees
 
*{{icon|yes}} Lowers World Tension with guarantees
* Take states cost: {{red|+25%}}
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* {{icon|yes}} Can host governments in exile
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* {{icon|no}} Can prepare collaboration goverments
 
* Annex cost: {{red|+50%}}
 
* Annex cost: {{red|+50%}}
* Trade opinion modifier: {{green|+50%}}
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* Faction trade opinion modifier: {{green|+50%}}
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* Civilian intelligence to others: {{red|+20%}}
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* Army intelligence to others: {{red|+5%}}
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* Navy intelligence to others: {{red|+20%}}
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* Airforce intelligence to others: {{red|+5%}}
  
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
{{#lst:World tension|tension_threshold_democracy}}
 
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=== Unique occupation law ===
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Democratic nations can employ '''Local Autonomy''' [[occupation law]].
  
 
=== Countries that start out as a democracy ===
 
=== Countries that start out as a democracy ===
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'''Majors:'''
Majors:
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
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* {{flag|United Kingdom}}
 
* {{flag|United Kingdom}}
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Minors:
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''Minors:''
  
Europe:
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
* {{flag|Belgium}}
 
* {{flag|Belgium}}
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* {{flag|Ireland}}
 
* {{flag|Ireland}}
 
* {{flag|Switzerland}}
 
* {{flag|Switzerland}}
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North America:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
* {{flag|Canada}}
 
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South America:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Chile}}
 
* {{flag|Chile}}
 
* {{flag|Colombia}}
 
* {{flag|Colombia}}
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* {{flag|Panama}}
 
* {{flag|Panama}}
 
* {{flag|Uruguay}}
 
* {{flag|Uruguay}}
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Asia:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Dutch East Indies}}
 
* {{flag|Dutch East Indies}}
 
* {{flag|British Malaya}}
 
* {{flag|British Malaya}}
 
* {{flag|Philippines}}
 
* {{flag|Philippines}}
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Africa:
 
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* {{flag|Liberia}}
 
* {{flag|Liberia}}
 
* {{flag|South Africa}}
 
* {{flag|South Africa}}
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Oceania:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Australia}}
 
* {{flag|Australia}}
 
* {{flag|New Zealand}}
 
* {{flag|New Zealand}}
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== Fascism ==
 
== Fascism ==
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{{icon|fascism|width=30px}} Fascism is a form of government characterized by authoritarian nationalism.
 
{{icon|fascism|width=30px}} Fascism is a form of government characterized by authoritarian nationalism.
 
=== Sub-ideologies ===
 
* National Socialism: "Rooted in extreme nationalism, National Socialism is driven by ideas of Germanic supremacy. It promotes aggressive expansionism and a totalitarian state where the people are united under a leader with absolute power, the Führer."
 
* Fascism: "Encompassing a variety of ultra-nationalist movements, fascism typically venerates devotion to the state and uniting the people under a strong leader."
 
* Falangism: "An authoritarian ideology with traits of fascism and conservatism, Falangism values national and Catholic identity."
 
* Rexism: "Strongly opposed to both liberal and communist ideals, Rexism is a staunchly conservative nationalist movement who advocate a corporatist economic policy. Employing increasingly populist and authoritarian rhetoric, their ideals are shifting closer to other fascist movements."
 
* Synarchism: ""
 
  
 
=== Traits ===
 
=== Traits ===
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* Time to justify war when at war with major power: {{green|–80%}}
 
* Time to justify war when at war with major power: {{green|–80%}}
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot force government of another country to adopt the same ideology
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot force government of another country to adopt the same ideology
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* {{icon|yes}} Can [[puppet]] countries in a peace conference
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can [[puppet]] countries in a peace conference
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
 
* {{icon|yes}} Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
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* {{icon|no}} Can host governments in exile
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* {{icon|yes}} Can prepare collaboration goverments
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* Civilian intelligence to others: {{red|+15%}}
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* Army intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
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* Navy intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
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* Airforce intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
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* World Tension requirement to join faction: {{green|-10%}}
  
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
{{#lst:World tension|tension_threshold_fascism}}
 
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=== Unique occupation law ===
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Fascist nations can employ '''Brutal Oppression''' [[occupation law]].
  
 
=== Countries that start out as fascist ===
 
=== Countries that start out as fascist ===
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'''Majors''':
Majors:
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
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* {{flag|Germany}}
 
* {{flag|Germany}}
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Minors:
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''Minors'':
 
 
Europe:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
* {{flag|Slovakia}} (1939)
 
* {{flag|Hungary}} (1939)
 
* {{flag|Nationalist Spain}} (1939)
 
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North America:
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
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* {{flag|Slovakia}} ''(1939)''
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* {{flag|Hungary}} ''(1939)''
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* {{flag|Nationalist Spain}} ''(1939)''
 
* {{flag|El Salvador}}
 
* {{flag|El Salvador}}
 
* {{flag|Dominican Republic}}
 
* {{flag|Dominican Republic}}
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South America:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Venezuela}}
 
* {{flag|Venezuela}}
 
* {{flag|Peru}}
 
* {{flag|Peru}}
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Asia:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Mengkukuo}}
 
* {{flag|Mengkukuo}}
 
* {{flag|Manchukuo}}
 
* {{flag|Manchukuo}}
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* {{flag|Siam}} ''(1939)''
 
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== Non-Aligned ==
 
== Non-Aligned ==
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{{icon|neutrality|width=30px}} Non-Aligned countries are:
 
{{icon|neutrality|width=30px}} Non-Aligned countries are:
 
* Dictatorships or authoritarian regimes that are not communist or fascist;
 
* Dictatorships or authoritarian regimes that are not communist or fascist;
 
* Weaker Democracies.
 
* Weaker Democracies.
The "Boost party popularity" [[Diplomacy|diplomatic action]] cannot boost the non-aligned party.
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* Anarchist communes.
 
 
=== Sub-ideologies ===
 
* Despotic: "Despotism is a form of government in which a single person rules with absolute power."
 
* Oligarchic: "Oligarchy is a form of government in which a group of people rule with absolute power."
 
* Moderatism: "Moderatism is a form of government which avoids the extremes of left and right by taking a moderate position or course of action."
 
* Centrism: "Centrism is a form of government which wants to achieve common sense solutions that appropriately address current and future needs, that support the public trust and serve the common good with consideration of risk and capacity in context of these needs."
 
* Absolute Monarchy:
 
 
 
  
 
=== Traits ===
 
=== Traits ===
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* Impact of declaring war on World Tension: {{green|–75%}}
 
* Impact of declaring war on World Tension: {{green|–75%}}
 
* Impact of joining factions on World Tension: {{green|–90%}}
 
* Impact of joining factions on World Tension: {{green|–90%}}
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot impose its ideology on other countries
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot impose its ideology on other countries
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot send [[volunteers]]
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot send [[volunteers]]
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* {{icon|yes}} Can [[puppet]] other countries
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot boost support of this ideology
 
* {{icon|no}} Cannot boost support of this ideology
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* {{icon|no}} Can prepare collaboration goverments
 
* Ideology drift defence: {{red|–30%}}
 
* Ideology drift defence: {{red|–30%}}
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* Civilian intelligence to others: {{red|+20%}}
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* Army intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
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* Navy intelligence to others: {{red|+20%}}
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* Airforce intelligence to others: {{red|+10%}}
  
 
=== Tension limits ===
 
=== Tension limits ===
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=== Countries that start out non-aligned ===
 
=== Countries that start out non-aligned ===
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Europe:
 
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
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* {{flag|Albania}}
 
* {{flag|Albania}}
* {{flag|Afghanistan}}
 
 
* {{flag|Austria}}
 
* {{flag|Austria}}
 
* {{flag|Bulgaria}}
 
* {{flag|Bulgaria}}
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* {{flag|Poland}}
 
* {{flag|Poland}}
 
* {{flag|Portugal}}
 
* {{flag|Portugal}}
* {{flag|Nicaragua}}
 
 
* {{flag|Romania}}
 
* {{flag|Romania}}
* {{flag|Oman}}
 
* {{flag|Iran}}
 
* {{flag|Yemen}}
 
 
 
* {{flag|Yugoslavia}}
 
* {{flag|Yugoslavia}}
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Africa:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Ethiopia}}
 
* {{flag|Ethiopia}}
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Asia:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Afghanistan}}
 
* {{flag|Afghanistan}}
 
* {{flag|Bhutan}}
 
* {{flag|Bhutan}}
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* {{flag|Yemen}}
 
* {{flag|Yemen}}
 
* {{flag|Yunnan}}
 
* {{flag|Yunnan}}
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* {{flag|Mexico}}
 
 
North America:
 
*{{flag|Mexico}}
 
 
 
South America:
 
{{MultiColumn|
 
 
* {{flag|Argentina}}
 
* {{flag|Argentina}}
 
* {{flag|Bolivia}}
 
* {{flag|Bolivia}}
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== Changing ideology ==
 
== Changing ideology ==
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A country can change its ideology in four ways:
 
A country can change its ideology in four ways:
 
*Having an election while another ideology has more than 50% support. This creates an event that enables a peaceful change of power without a civil war. {{main|Election events}}
 
*Having an election while another ideology has more than 50% support. This creates an event that enables a peaceful change of power without a civil war. {{main|Election events}}
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| [Ideological] Sympathies in government/military
 
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* Makes a future coup possible.
 
* Makes a future coup possible.
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* At least 20% popularity
 
* At least 20% popularity
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* {{green|+15%}} popularity
 
* {{green|+15%}} popularity
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* At least 30% popularity
 
* At least 30% popularity
 
* Can only be active once
 
* Can only be active once
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* {{green|+15%}} popularity
 
* {{green|+15%}} popularity
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** {{red|–5%}} Stability
 
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Each country has one of the four ideologies. These are difficult to change and affect under what circumstances a country can perform certain actions, and what happens to occupied territory.

Communism[edit]

communism Communism is a form of government based on social equality and collective ownership of the means of production.

Traits[edit]

  • Impact of war declaration on World Tension: –25%
  • Impact of joining faction on World Tension: –50%
  • No Can impose its ideology on other countries
  • Yes Can send volunteers
  • Yes Can puppet countries in a peace conference
  • Yes Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
  • No Can host governments in exile
  • Yes Can prepare collaboration goverments
  • Puppet cost: –30%
  • Civilian intelligence to others: +10%
  • Army intelligence to others: +7.5%
  • Navy intelligence to others: +12.5%
  • Airforce intelligence to others: +7.5%
  • World Tension required to join faction: -10%

Tension limits[edit]

Communist countries are not limited by World Tension.

Unique occupation law[edit]

Communist nations can employ Liberated Workers occupation law.

Countries that start out as communist[edit]

Majors:

Minors:

Democracy[edit]

democracy Democracy is a form of government in which the popular vote governs, directly or indirectly. It is characterized by a commitment to civil liberties.

Traits[edit]

  • No Cannot declare war on democratic countries without a wargoal
  • Yes Can impose its ideology on other countries
  • No Cannot puppet a country in a peace conference
  • No Cannot occupy territory owned by neutral countries (it is given to the owner instead)
  • No Cannot justify war goals against countries that have not generated World TensionWorld Tension
  • No Cannot send volunteers (Unless changed by a focus/event/decision)
  • Yes Can guarantee countries with other ideologies
  • Yes Lowers World Tension with guarantees
  • Yes Can host governments in exile
  • No Can prepare collaboration goverments
  • Annex cost: +50%
  • Faction trade opinion modifier: +50%
  • Civilian intelligence to others: +20%
  • Army intelligence to others: +5%
  • Navy intelligence to others: +20%
  • Airforce intelligence to others: +5%

Tension limits[edit]

  • Guarantee independence: 25%
  • Send volunteers: 50%
  • Join faction: 80%
  • Declare war: 100%
  • Send Lend-Lease: 50%

Unique occupation law[edit]

Democratic nations can employ Local Autonomy occupation law.

Countries that start out as a democracy[edit]

Majors:

Minors:

Fascism[edit]

fascism Fascism is a form of government characterized by authoritarian nationalism.

Traits[edit]

  • Time to justify war when at war with major power: –80%
  • No Cannot force government of another country to adopt the same ideology
  • Yes Can send volunteer forces
  • Yes Can puppet countries in a peace conference
  • Yes Can occupy territory owned by neutral countries
  • No Can host governments in exile
  • Yes Can prepare collaboration goverments
  • Civilian intelligence to others: +15%
  • Army intelligence to others: +10%
  • Navy intelligence to others: +10%
  • Airforce intelligence to others: +10%
  • World Tension requirement to join faction: -10%

Tension limits[edit]

Fascist countries are not limited by World Tension.

Unique occupation law[edit]

Fascist nations can employ Brutal Oppression occupation law.

Countries that start out as fascist[edit]

Majors:

Minors:

Non-Aligned[edit]

neutrality Non-Aligned countries are:

  • Dictatorships or authoritarian regimes that are not communist or fascist;
  • Weaker Democracies.
  • Anarchist communes.

Traits[edit]

  • Impact of declaring war on World Tension: –75%
  • Impact of joining factions on World Tension: –90%
  • No Cannot impose its ideology on other countries
  • No Cannot send volunteers
  • Yes Can puppet other countries
  • No Cannot boost support of this ideology
  • No Can prepare collaboration goverments
  • Ideology drift defence: –30%
  • Civilian intelligence to others: +20%
  • Army intelligence to others: +10%
  • Navy intelligence to others: +20%
  • Airforce intelligence to others: +10%

Tension limits[edit]

  • Guarantee independence: 40%
  • Send volunteers: 40%
  • Join faction: 40%
  • Justify war goal: 50%
  • Declare war: 25%
  • Send Lend-Lease: 40%

Countries that start out non-aligned[edit]

Changing ideology[edit]

A country can change its ideology in four ways:

  • Having an election while another ideology has more than 50% support. This creates an event that enables a peaceful change of power without a civil war.
Main article: Election events
  • Executing a coup (see below)
  • Fighting and winning a civil war. The support of the conflicting ideology decides how much troops and states they get at the beginning.
Main article: Civil War
  • Using the command set_ruling_party (ideology)

Below is a list of events that might appear if a corresponding minister is appointed or another ideology enjoys widespread support.

Event Requirements Mean time to happen Effects
[Ideology] on the Rise
  • Fires on appointing an ideology-changing minister
Immediate
  • Option 1: Internal support
    • Increases chances of a coup
  • Option 2: Popular support
    • Increases chances of support-increasing events
[Ideological] Sympathies in government/military
  • Minister for [Ideology]
500 days (250 days if internal support was chosen)
  • Makes a future coup possible.
Communism Class Conflicts Divide
  • At least 20% popularity
365 days (~182 if popular support was chosen)
  • +15% popularity
  • –2% Stability
Communism Soldiers Desert to Communist Partisans
  • At least 30% popularity
  • Can only be active once
365 days (~182 if popular support was chosen)
  • +15% popularity
  • Until government change: +0.05% popularity per day, -0,20% recruitable population
CommunismFascism Coup
  • Minister
  • Sympathies in government/military event happened
  • Not major or puppet
  • Communism:
    • At least 40% popularity
    • Cannot create a second People's Republic of China
  • Fascism: At least 30% popularity
100 days (half if at least 50% popularity)
  • Immediately changes the country's ideology
  • Reign of Terror for two years (+10% political power)
Communism The [Month] Revolution
  • Minister
  • At least 40% popularity
  • Cannot create a second People's Republic of China
365 days (x0.75 if popular support was chosen)
  • Option 1: Civil war
    • Starts a civil war with 60% of the country being opposed
    • Reign of Terror for two years (+10% political power)
  • Option 2: Do nothing
Fascism Civil War for Fascism
  • At least 25% popularity
365 days (x0.75 if popular support was chosen)
  • Option 1: Civil war
    • Starts a civil war with 70% of the country being opposed (60% if at least 40% popularity)
    • Reign of Terror for two years (+10% political power)
  • Option 2: Do nothing
Fascism Fascist Assault Divisions Form
  • At least 30% popularity
  • Can only be active once
365 days (half if popular support was chosen)
  • +5% popularity
  • Until government change:
    • +0.05% popularity per day
    • +0.2% recruitable population
    • –5% Stability
Fascism The Threat of Communism
  • At least 25% popularity
  • At least one neighboring country is communist
365 days (half if popular support was chosen)
  • +10% popularity
[Ideological] Demonstrations
  • Not puppet
  • At least 50% popularity
30 days
  • Option 1: Suppress
    • –10% popularity –5% [ideology.ADJ] revolutionaries
  • Option 2: Ignore
    • –5% [ideology.ADJ] revolutionaries
  • Option 3: Allow
    • Government changes
    • –5% Stability
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