How does government work in a non-democratic nation? (case study North Korea)
In this lesson, we will explore key features of democratic and non-democratic governments. North Korea is used as a case study to investigate what life is like in a non-democratic nation. Comparisons are made between democratic and non-democratic governments focusing on the issue of human rights.
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