Countries that actually refer to themselves in some way as social democracies or democratic socialist nations in their respective constitutions include Bangladesh, India, North Korea, Portugal, Sri Lanka and Tanzania. No... More »

As of 2015, there are only four countries in the world that formally identify themselves as socialist: China, Cuba, Vietnam and Laos. There is no formal criteria for socialist classification, however, and there is great ... More »

Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the People's Republic of China and Vietnam are not democratic countries as of 2015. North Korea and Cuba are other countries that do not practice democratic rule. More »

The United Kingdom, Israel, New Zealand and Saudi Arabia are among countries that have uncodified constitutions as of October 2014, which means that laws are written in these countries, but they are not necessarily defin... More »

China, Cuba, North Korea, Laos and Vietnam are the only five remaining communist nations in the world. Of these, according to Oxford University, North Korean policy most closely resembles that of Marx. More »

As of 2014, there are no countries that have pure socialism, which is actually an economic system and not a form of government. The former Soviet Union is the best example of true socialism, while China, North Korea and ... More »

Cuba, Syria, and North Korea are three countries that have a dictatorship. Besides dictatorship there are many other forms of authoritarian government. As of today, 50 countries in the world are rated as "Not Free" by Fr... More »