There are many countries still ruled by a dictator today, including North Korea, Cuba, Zimbabwe, and Kazakhstan. Labeling a country as a dictatorship can be difficult as a country almost never self-identifies as such, an... 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 »

Although there are still countries in which aristocracy still exists and is even prevalent, aristocracy as a form of government is no longer formally practiced. Determining what countries are ruled by aristocracies is ma... More »

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North Korea, Cuba and Zimbabwe are countries that have planned economies. The largest country to have a planned economy was the Soviet Union. A planned economy, or a command economy, involves near-total government contro... 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 »

The names of some nondemocratic countries include the People's Republic of China, North Korea, Cuba, Kuwait, Vietnam, Laos, Brunei, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Monaco, Jordan, and Uzbekistan. Governments include republics, cons... More »

There are many countries that do not have a democracy and operate from a monarchy, socialist or communist government structure including the People's Republic of China, Saudi Arabia, Vatican City, United Arab Emirates, O... More »