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Author: John Dunn

1 Diagnosing Political Danger 1.1 An Indeterminate Subject Matter: Referential Plasticity By no stretch of the imagination is Populism a clear and distinct idea. 1 Just because it is not, it also cannot in principle be used to refer at all precisely to distinct phenomena or applied

In: Populism

1 Introduction Populism has become a widely discussed topic among scholars of both Western and Central and Eastern Europe over the last decade. One of the main reasons for this increasing interest is the fact that populist parties have obtained good electoral results in many countries during

In: Southeastern Europe

) in both political and economic ways, as in the pracharat (“Civil State Cooperation”), the “Public–Private–People Partnership,” and the Thai Niyom Yangyuen, or “Sustainable Thainess,” program. 1 This clearly shows that populism can be on the right, left, or in the middle of the political spectrum

In: Populism in Asian Democracies
Authors: Efe Peker and Emily Laxer

2016; Jaffrelot 2019; Moddelmog and dos Santos 2020; Yilmaz 2018), substantive works remain concentrated on populist articulations of Christianity in Europe and the US. For all the repeated emphasis on the global rise of religions and populisms, a broader comparative perspective that considers

In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Michael Bray

, political economies, however, both leftist and rightist invocations of ‘the people’s will’ against entrenched elites have returned to a central place in movements capable of winning power or, at least, impeding technocratic strategies. This turnabout should not be entirely surprising: accounts of populism