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The Dictator's Digital Toolkit : Explaining Variation in Internet Filtering in Authoritarian Regimes

The Dictator's Digital Toolkit : Explaining Variation in Internet Filtering in Authoritarian Regimes

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HELLMEIER, Sebastian, 2016. The Dictator's Digital Toolkit : Explaining Variation in Internet Filtering in Authoritarian Regimes. In: Politics and Policy. 44(6), pp. 1158-1191. ISSN 1555-5623. eISSN 1747-1346. Available under: doi: 10.1111/polp.12189

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