Caesarean politics in Hungary and Poland

@article{Sata2020CaesareanPI,
  title={Caesarean politics in Hungary and Poland},
  author={R. Sata and I. Karolewski},
  journal={East European Politics},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={206 - 225}
}
ABSTRACT We propose the new concept of Caesarean politics to explain democratic deconsolidation in Hungary and Poland. We argue the move towards illiberal democracy in both countries has been made possible by a shift towards Caesarean politics, in which radical changes are framed as “politics as usual”, while in fact these challenge the essence of liberal democracy. Focusing on the three pillars of Caesarean politics: (1) patronal politics, (2) state capture, and (3) identity politics, we show… Expand
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