Democracy vs kleptocracy | IN 60 SECONDS

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AEI Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow Clay R. Fuller explains how dictators stay in power by bribing the powerful few.

FULL REPORT — Dismantling the authoritarian-corruption nexus

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