Are democratic regimes militarily better then non-democratic? [closed]

The Politicus
May 19, 2022 02:32 PM 0 Answers
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The factors for it at least today, "democratic" regimes:

  • have better economy/technology/demography level due to different factors
  • have more efficient management due to lower level of corruption
  • distribute decision making to different levels, what reduces the mistakes from very above like in authoritarian regimes
  • have (again, at least now) higher morale, since there is huge propagandize about that they fight "for freedom"

To the disadvantages would be

  • Necessity to reach agreements between multiple representatives - today you can see as this disadvantage diminishes due to... maybe some agreements what we do not really know, or general, interaction methods
  • Necessity to be bound the law, also diminishes in different ways - by law reforms and in some situation having this strategy - you know, first you do, then put before the fact that it is done.

I avoided some points, what can be true for both authoritarian and "democracy" models, like the cooperation with same regimes, or usage of hired professionals.

What do you think about it?

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