Which countries have no government?

There are no anarchist countries, but there are some anarchist areas in countries like Afghanistan and Somalia. The word “anarchy” is used to describe a society in which there is no government.

Ancient Greeks came up with the idea of anarchy. The word itself means “without rulers,” and it refers to a person or society that is run by voluntary groups instead of a government. Most of the time, the word is used in a bad way to mean that there are no rules or order in a society. Throughout history, many states have tried to base their government on anarchy but failed.

Some examples are England during the English Civil War in the 17th century, France during the French Revolution in the 18th century, Jamaica in 1720, Russia during the Russian Civil War at the beginning of the 20th century, Spain in 1936 during the Revolution led by General Franco, Albania in 1997, and Somalia between 1991 and 2006.

The word “anarchy” is also used to describe areas that are not ruled by a government but are still part of a state. The Kibbutz in Palestine from 1909 to 1948, the Zapatista movement in Mexico, Zomia in Southeast Asia, and Slab City, a squatted RV desert community in California, are all examples of ungoverned communities.

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