What Countries Still Have Dictatorship?

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The countries that still have dictatorship are Iran, Cuba, Sudan, North Korea, China, Zimbabwe and Saudi Arabia. Dictatorship is an autocratic form of government where the government is ruled by an individual. The leader here is refereed to as the dictator.
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- Burma. Chechnya, a disputed territory controlled by Russia. Cuba. Libya. North Korea. Somalia. Sudan. Tibet, a disputed territory controlled by China. Turkmenistan. Uzbekistan.
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Here, this will probably help you. http://www.planetrulers.com/current-dict…. It's a map of all the dictatorship countries. When you hover your mouse over one, it tells you
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Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Gabon, Togo, Uganda, Cameroon, Cuba,
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Because the cost in money and blood of removing every oppressive dictator in the world far out weighs the national interest of the countries capable of doing the removing. We're almost
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