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What is the definition? Is an authoritarian state or dictatorship classed as strong? What about democracies that are accountable to the public, but are economically strong?

Would really appreciate some help as I'm quite confused on this topic.

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What is the definition? Is an authoritarian state or dictatorship classed as strong? What about democracies that are accountable to the public, but are economically strong?

Would really appreciate some help as I'm quite confused on this topic.

Thanks!
The strength of the State is dependant on the people who yield it. Government is the agency of the state and the visible face of the state, state cannot survive or function without government. Similarly, government cannot exist without state.

Though here are few differences between State and Government,

- State is a sovereign authority. While Government uses the sovereign authority of the state as an element.
- State inherits authority in itself. Government attains no inherit authority, it is attained by the state.
- State is a larger entity is includes all individuals, associations and institutions that exist within its territorial boundaries. Government is a smaller entity it comprises of the people only involved in the legislative, executive and the judicial machinery of the state.
- State is permanent (if not merged or conquered). Government is temporary.
- Territory of the State is definite. Government’s territory is not definite.
- Government is the face for the state of how it must exist and function.


The States power is only as effective as the people who yield it.
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