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Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, October 3, 2016

To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Eszter Zalan presents an in-depth look at Hungary’s populist prime minister Viktor Orban — where he came from, what he wants, and what he’s up to next. Christian Caryl warns that, for all of Hillary Clinton’s policy smarts, it’s Donald...
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