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(September 2008) Part of a series on Liberalism Development History of liberalism Contributions to liberal theory Ideas Political liberalism Political freedom Cultural liberalism Democratic capitalism Democratic education Economic liberalism Free trade · Individualism Laissez faire Liberal democracy Liberal neutrality Negative / positive liberty Market economy · Open society Popular sovereignty Rights (individual) Separation of church and state Harm principle Permissive society Schools American · Anarcho-liberalism Classical · Conservative Democratic · Green Libertarianism · Market National · Neoliberalism Ordoliberalism · Paleoliberalism Radicalism · Social People John Locke · Adam Smith Adam Ferguson Thomas Jefferson Thomas Paine · David Hume Baron de Montesquieu Jeremy Bentham Thomas Malthus Wilhelm von Humboldt Frederic Bastiat John Stuart Mill · Thomas Hill Green Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse John Maynard Keynes Bertrand Russell Ludwig von Mises Friedrich Hayek · Isaiah Berlin Joel Feinberg John Rawls · Robert Nozick Regional variants Worldwide Europe · United States By country Religious liberalism Christian · Islamic · Jewish Organizations Liberal parties Liberal International International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLRY) European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party (ELDR) Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) European Liberal Youth (LYMEC) Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD) Africa Liberal Network (ALN) Liberal Network for Latin America (Relial)   Liberalism portal v · d · e This article gives an overview of liberalism in Armenia. It is limited to liberal parties with substantial support, mainly proved by having had a representation in parliament. The sign ⇒ denotes another party in that scheme. For inclusion in this scheme it isn't necessary so that parties labeled themselves as a liberal party. Contents 1 Background 2 History 2.1 From Armenakan Party to Democratic Liberal Party 2.2 Liberal Party 3 See also Background Main article: Armenian Democratic Liberal Party In the struggle for independence at the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century a national liberal current arose. History Though there were some attempts to refound the national liberal current after independence, these attempts were unsuccessful. Traditional liberalism doesn't play a role in Armenia any more, but the Republican Party of Armenia (Hayastani Hanrapetakan Kusaktsutyun, not included below) joined the ELDR group in the Council of Europe. From Armenakan Party to Democratic Liberal Party 1885: National liberals formed the Armenakan Party 1908: The Armenakan Party merged with a faction of the Reorganised Hunchak Party into the Ramgavar Party 1921: The Ramgavar Party merged in exile with the Liberal Party into the Democratic Liberal Party (Ramgavar Azadagan Party). This party continued in exile and is said to be represented in the first parliament after Armenian independence in the 1990s Liberal Party 1918: A liberal anti-violence faction of the Reorganised Hunchak Party' formed the Liberal Party (Azadagan Party) 1921: In exile the Liberal Party merged into the Democratic Liberal Party See also History of Armenia Politics of Armenia List of political parties in Armenia v · d · eLiberalism in Asia Sovereign states Afghanistan · Armenia · Azerbaijan · Bahrain · Bangladesh · Bhutan · Brunei · Burma (Myanmar) · Cambodia · People's Republic of China · Cyprus · East Timor (Timor-Leste) · Egypt · Georgia · India · Indonesia · Iran · Iraq · Israel · Japan · Jordan · Kazakhstan · North Korea · South Korea · Kuwait · Kyrgyzstan · Laos · Lebanon · Malaysia · Maldives · Mongolia · Nepal · Oman · Pakistan · Philippines · Qatar · Russia · Saudi Arabia · Singapore · Sri Lanka · Syria · Tajikistan · Thailand · Turkey · Turkmenistan · United Arab Emirates · Uzbekistan · Vietnam · Yemen States with limited recognition Abkhazia · Nagorno-Karabakh · Northern Cyprus · Palestine · Republic of China (Taiwan) · South Ossetia Dependencies, autonomies, other territories Christmas Island · Cocos (Keeling) Islands · Hong Kong · Macau v · d · eLiberalism in Europe Sovereign states Albania · Andorra · Armenia · Austria · Azerbaijan · Belarus · Belgium · Bosnia and Herzegovina · Bulgaria · Croatia · Cyprus · Czech Republic · Denmark · Estonia · Finland · France · Georgia · Germany · Greece · Hungary · Iceland · Ireland · Italy · Kazakhstan · Latvia · Liechtenstein · Lithuania · Luxembourg · Macedonia · Malta · Moldova · Monaco · Montenegro · Netherlands · Norway · Poland · Portugal · Romania · Russia · San Marino · Serbia · Slovakia · Slovenia · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland · Turkey · Ukraine · United Kingdom (England • Northern Ireland • Scotland • Wales) States with limited recognition Abkhazia · Kosovo · Nagorno-Karabakh Republic · Northern Cyprus · South Ossetia · Transnistria Dependencies, other territories Åland · Azores · Faroe Islands · Gibraltar · Guernsey · Jan Mayen · Jersey · Madeira · Isle of Man · Svalbard This liberalism-related article is a stub. 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