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Red flag may refer to:
- Red flag (idiom), a metaphor for something signalling a problem
- Red flag (politics), a symbol of communism, socialism or left-wing politics
- Red Flag (magazine), a major political journal published by the Chinese Communist Party
- Red Flag Party, a communist party in Venezuela
- Peruvian Communist Party – Red Flag, a communist party in Peru
- "The Red Flag", a left-wing protest song written by Irishman Jim Connell in 1889
- Red Flag, an Australian left-wing newspaper published by Socialist Alternative
- Shimbun Akahata (Newspaper Red Flag), the newspaper of the Japanese Communist Party
- Flag of the Soviet Union, nicknamed "The Red Banner"
- Red flag traffic laws
- Red Flag Act, properly, Locomotive Act, the 19th-century British road law
- Red Flags Rule created by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to help prevent identity theft
- Extreme Risk Protection Order, in the US, also called a "Red Flag Law"
- Exercise Red Flag (also called "Operation Red Flag"), a series of military training exercise
- Red Flag – Alaska, a USAF military training exercise conducted in Alaska
- No quarter, unofficially a red flag would be lifted to show the enemy they will be given no quarter
Film and TV
- The Red Flag, anthem of the British Labour Party
- Red Flag Day, song from U2 album Songs of Experience
- Red Flag (Italian song) "Bandiera Rossa", one of the most famous songs of the Italian labour movement
- "Red Flag" (song), a song by Billy Talent from Billy Talent II
- The Standard of Revolt (French: Le drapeau rouge), a French socialist song
- Red Flag (automobile), or FAW Hongqi, a luxury limousine made by First Automobile Works in China from the late 1950s
- Red Flag Linux, the Chinese Linux distribution
- Red Flag Publishing House, a book publisher based in China
- A red flag is used by a coach to signal a replay review in gridiron football
- Bandera Roja (La Paz), a socialist newspaper in Bolivia of the 1920s
- Bandiera Rossa Association, the Italian affiliate of the United Secretariat of the Fourth International
- Die Rote Fahne (The Red Flag), a German communist newspaper created on 9 November 1918 by Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg
- Hongqi (disambiguation) — "Hongqi" means "Red Flag" in Chinese
- Jolly Roger, which is sometimes incorrectly thought to stem from the French term for Red flag.
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