already become familiar in debates about environmental authoritarianism ( Beeson 2010 ), the situation is presented as a choice between democracy and security. Our concern here is not whether this frame correctly describes the situation, but with the
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people hunker down in narrow groups and resist cooperation at large scales? Will the crisis benefit incumbent authoritarian leaders in important countries, from China and India to Brazil and the United States, who defend closed borders and surveillance
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, as the antithesis of the state. In the Turkish context, it is this perspective that underlies President Erdoğan's authoritarian policies against Kurdish politicians and human rights activists. Furthermore, the eclipse of liberal globalism is seen not