These countries quietly slid into authoritarianism. Should the US be concerned under Trump?
Analysis: Experts both sound and quiet the alarms. "Fascism is not just any politics you don't like. ... What matters is that the 2020 results are respected."
Democracy did not die in Hungary in 2015 when Prime Minister Viktor Orbán decided he needed an expensive border wall to see off a nonexistent "invasion" of asylum seekers.
When Poland's government that same year started stripping power from the country's courts by filling large swaths of the judiciary with apparatchiks loyal above all else to the incumbent right-wing populist party, the rule...