From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond

From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond

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Narrative report on the workshop entitled “From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond” organised by the Hungarian Europe Society on 7 June 2018 in Budapest and related activities in the “Open Space, Regional Networking, Mediatisation of Politics” project.

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