5. Kim Jong, North Korea
After the dead of his father, Kim Jong became the leader of North Korea in 1994. It was not long after his ascendance to power than he became a fierce dictator in the world. Some of the things he is accused of promoting include abuse of human rights and promotion of the regions instability by advocating for nuclear energy and long-range missiles.
This led to strained relations with the U.S and its president, George Bush which led to North Korea being isolated from the world. In fact, Kim never cared about bad relations with other nations that he continued with his plans to manufacture nuclear energy and long-range missiles. He collapsed and died in 2002 after suffering from a stroke.