Populism and Foreign Policy
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Oxford : Oxford University Press
InKaltwasser, C.R.; Taggart, P.A.; Espejo, P.O. (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Populism, pp. 384-405
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Politicologie t/m 2019
Kaltwasser, C.R.; Taggart, P.A.; Espejo, P.O. (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Populism
SubjectInstitute for Management Research
Combining insights from International Relations theory and Comparative Politics, this chapter discusses the effect of international politics on the political fortune of populist parties in the world as well as the impact of populist parties on their countries' foreign policies. It argues that at least four different types of populist parties can be distinguished, each with a distinct foreign policy agenda.
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