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· Belarus’s dictator may not have changed, but the country’s people have →
ALEXANDER LUKASHENKO, who has ruled Belarus since 1994 with little tolerance for criticism or opposing views, is facing reelection on Sunday with the same tired authoritarian methods he has employed in the past: jail the opposition, detain journalists and activists, and defame the opposition as “foreign agents” who would return the country to “chaos.”
· Guinea ruling party asks president to run for third term →
Hopes of a new political dawn flowered when Conde became Guinea's first democratically elected president in 2010, but critics say he has become increasingly authoritarian.
· Joshua Wong and other Hong Kong activists charged over banned Jun 4 vigil →
The new security law, which punishes anything China sees as subversion, secession, terrorism or collusion with foreign forces with up to life in prison, has drawn strong criticism from Western countries for putting Hong Kong on a more authoritarian path.
The New York Times
· 9 New Books We Recommend This Week →
In nonfiction we recommend James Hamblin’s fascinating survey of the latest dermatologic science, Anne Applebaum’s study of the people who enable authoritarian regimes, and two books about books: Wendy Lesser’s “Scandinavian Noir: In Pursuit of a Mystery” and Rachel Cohen’s “Austen Years: A Memoir in Five Novels.”
· Belarus’s Lukashenko faces a surging political newcomer. The response is familiar crackdowns. →
MOSCOW — From Beijing to Moscow and Minsk, authoritarian presidents are terrified of “color revolutions.” Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus is facing his strongest challenge in 26 years of power, and the opposition has claimed the color white.
The New York Times
· What Is a Museum? A Dispute Erupts Over a New Definition →
Burcak Madran, a representative from Turkey, told the meeting that the political terms in the proposed definition could cause problems for museums in authoritarian countries, and that even the term “polyphonic spaces” was an issue.
· Belarus election: Authoritarian leader of 26 years warns against opposition rallies →
The authoritarian leader of Belarus warned political opponents on Thursday that authorities won't allow any unsanctioned demonstrations following the weekend election in which he is seeking a sixth consecutive term.
· From Sir Joh's car to Lady Flo's recipes: Bjelke-Petersen estate sold off →
Sir Joh is a controversial figure in Australian politics, beloved by many for his state-building infrastructure projects but harshly criticised for his authoritarian style and the corruption of his government which later came to light.
· Hong Kong press club says journalists hitting ‘unusual’ visa issues →
On the authoritarian Chinese mainland, where the press is heavily censored, foreign journalists must apply for specific visas and face routine harassment.
· How inequality is changing the Republican Party — and breaking American politics →
The most chilling argument in Hacker and Pierson’s book is that Trump’s rhetoric has focused us on the wrong authoritarian threat.