Two former visiting fellows, Lucan Ahmad Way and Steven Levitsky, say democracy can be fundamentally compromised without obvious civil liberties violations or electoral fraud in a new article in The Washington Post.  The authors focus on the actions of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and state that "Leaders can create an 'uneven playing field' by using administrative powers to strengthen their party and systematically deny the opposition access to crucial resources, media or state institutions."


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