ECPR General Conference
Charles University in Prague, Prague
7 - 10 September 2016




Diffusion Dynamics Between Authoritarian Regimes

Comparative Politics
 
Democratisation
 
Human Rights
 
International Relations
 
Panel Number
P093
Panel Chair
Oisin Tansey
Kings College London
Panel Discussant
Oisin Tansey
Kings College London
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Time
10/09/2016 09:00
Location
Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA001
Abstract
This panel will explore the role that diffusion can play in spreading authoritarian norms and practices across international borders. The panel will examine the impact of authoritarian diffusion across a range of issue areas, including civil liberties, media policy and electoral malpractice.

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Authoritarian Powers and the Decline of Civil Liberties: Analysing the Increasing Opportunities for Authoritarian Diffusion View Paper Details
Coincidence, Collaboration, or Continuity: Europe’s new Authoritarian Media Policy View Paper Details
How electoral malpractice travels: the diffusion of electoral malpractice in the post-Soviet space View Paper Details
What drives authoritarian party to party interaction? The Chinese Communist Party and African ruling parties View Paper Details
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