This article compares democracy and autocracy, two forms of governance with contrasting ideologies and implications. Democracy, a system of government where power is distributed among the people, values citizen participation, representation, and safeguards individual rights and freedoms. Conversely, an autocracy concentrates power within a single ruler or a small group and often suppresses political participation and individual rights. Each system has unique strengths and weaknesses relating to decision-making processes, power distribution, political participation, and the protection of rights and freedoms.
How modern is democracy?
Is the modern global society the Democracy we want and the World in which the future generations would like be born into? The current society needs to familiarize itself with the principles of democracy, amidst the current trend in society to neglect the willingness to diplomatic cooperative and constructive dialogue between different views and ideologies.