This has been a year of pandemic, populism and protest. As the coronavirus has spread, the world’s authoritarian leaders have flexed their muscles. Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s populist prime minister, gained the power to rule by decree; China has seized the opportunity to tighten its grip on Hong Kong, approving national security legislation that would operate to quell pro-democracy protests; and US president Donald Trump has consistently attempted to downplay the gravity of the virus, suggesting...
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