Forms of Government
Every form of government has some merits and demerits. Following are some the advantages and disadvantages of dictatorship or totalitarianism.
Dictatorship also known as totalitarianism is not something new. This form of government was known to Greeks and also to the Romans. The Romans Dictators were appointed by the Roman Senate for some special reason and for a certain period.
A unitary state is one which is not made up of territorial divisions, which are states by themselves. The central government is all powerful. Unitary State is also known as a simple state. A composite state is one which is itself a group of constituent states. There are two types of composite state, if it consists only one region is called non-orthogonal composite state.
In common parlance State is a country considered as an organized Political community by one government . Some times, a republic or federations forming part of a country are also called states where as they can't be termed as states in political sense. Anyhow when we used the term state in the field of international relation