Problem

Dictatorship


Experimental visualization of narrower problems
Nature:
Dictatorship arises from unrestricted domination by an individual, a clique or small group, a foreign power or by a majority, to the exclusion of minority rights and interests. Dictatorship may be economic, political or social (including religious).
Incidence:
In 1992, President Yeltsin warned the world that a fascist dictatorship was ready to take over in Russia if his economic reforms failed for want of urgent Western financial backing.
Broader Problems:
Domination
Authoritarianism
Related Problems:
Paternalism
Reduced By:
Racism
Values:
Dictatorship
Problem Type:
C: Cross-sectoral problems
Subject(s):
Government
Date of last update
16.06.2018 – 12:04 CEST