I only have experience with first world countries, so I do not know what it is like to drive in a country that is lacking in traffic lights.
In poor countries where there are few traffic lights, how are busy intersections managed? Do they just put four stop signs there, or is it often a free for all? In completely open intersections, do people tend to just cluster and move through them slowly, or do people just go for it? Are these intersections dangerous with accidents every day, or are they relatively safe?
For example, if you have driven through such intersections, would you say they are only marginally more dangerous than those with lights, or did you feel that they were much more dangerous?
I am not asking about special situations like reduced visibility intersections. I am asking about completely open, four-way intersections with no lights.