If Democracy is Best, Why More Nations Don’t Have It?
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Among all the forms of government, democracy is considered superior and precious. The political ideology of democracy accentuates the concept that everybody is equal and has equal say. It promises equality, justice, and free will for everyone. Despite this fact, about 43% of the world's population lives under non-democratic regimes. Will they be better off if they shift to democracy? How do nations move from autocratic style to some form of democracy? Why do some countries embrace non-democratic or authoritarian systems, while many others proclaim to be democratic in papers, but in practice are actually flawed democracies? Why do some nations deliberately ignore the importance of democracy and choose dictatorship? Are democratic countries perfect? Is there any ideal preference that can help all? Explore these significant questions in this module.

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