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||Introduction : how do you solve a problem like elections? -- Invisible rigging : how to steal an election without getting caught -- Buying hearts and minds : the art of electoral bribery -- Divide and rule : violence as a political strategy -- Hack the election : fake news and the digital frontier -- Ballot-box stuffing : the last resort -- Potemkin elections : how to fool the West -- Conclusion : how to stop election rigging.
||In this book, Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klaas expose the limitations of national elections as a means of promoting democratization, and reveal the six essential strategies that dictators use to undermine the electoral process in order to guarantee victory for themselves.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-298) and index.|