CoordinationAside of the anomic case of DR Congo, the coordination scores show much more similar summed up values. But also under this aspect, the democratic countries exhibit the distinctly highest values, while the hybrids and autocracies are characterized by middle-range results.Specific FeaturesThe full richness of the rendered data-set becomes clear if we look at specific sub-indicators and corresponding specific indicator constellations. The degree of respecting national borders, the third sub-indicator of human rights, may serve as an example.Finland, Namibi, show the highest values, followed by Germany, Ukraine, France, and Egypt. Luxembourg reveals only a middle-range result because of its extreme degree of international tax manipulation. The USA (40%) and above all Saudi Arabia (20%: Wahhabi islamization) operate with very low border respect.
IPAInstitute for Political AnalysisProf. Dr. Volker von Prittwitz
Meanwhile the political systems of DR Congo,Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Namibia, USA, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, and - as an historic case - the case of the Nazi System have been assessed. Based on the TPI scores for human rights, participation, and coordination, only Finland, Germany, France, and Luxembourg turn out to be democracies, while the USA, Egypt, Namibia, and the Ukraine show hybrid features. Saudi Arabia has been sorted as an excessive autocracy as also the historic case of Nazi Germany (almost without any human rights) does); the DR Congo runs as an anomic system.
ParticipationAlso the second main indicator, participation, exhibits a large spectrum of variation - reaching from 11,7% for Saudi Arabia up to 86.7% for Finland.
Human RightsSpecifically looking at the TPI scores for human rights, we see big differences reaching from 92% for Finland 2015 down to 10.7% for Saudi Arabia. The USA exhibits only a score of 54 % - also due to its excessively low score for border respect.