Global Perspectives on Populism
Call for Papers
New populism has impacted the global order in many ways and continues to impact the relations among the states and non-state actors. Populist governments and popular movements have been at logger heads starting from the Arab spring, through the ‘occupy’ movements, yellow west protests and to the more recent Hong Kong protests. Is this the sign of popular activism or opposition to globalization? The reasons may be diverse in all the countries but the movements have had popular appeal.
Politics of exclusion
Populist leaders: Vladimir Putin
Populist leaders: Viktor Orban
Populist leaders: Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Populist leaders: Jair Bolsanaro
Global governance and populist leaders
Social media democracy
Post truth politics
Refugee crisis as a cause
Natural Resource politics
Dr. Madhumati Deshpande
Section Editor of 'Global Perspectives on Populism' in the Encyclopaedia
Dr. Madhumati Deshpande is the Department coordinator, Assistant Professor in the Department of International Studies, Political Science and History, CHRIST University, India. She completed her Masters in Political Science from Karnataka University, Dharwad and her MPhil and PhD from JNU, New Delhi. Dr. Deshpande has previously been a graduate Assistant and election observer in the Jimmy Carter Center in Atlanta, USA and observed elections in East Timor and Guyana. She also worked as Editor for Springer Reference works. She has several articles published in various peer reviewed journals and 3 book chapters. Her areas of research interest are, International Relations and Foreign policy analysis, Indian Foreign Policy, US foreign Policy and Political theory.
Dr. Paul C. Hong
Interest: Global Perspectives American Populism Movement
Interest: Migrant Crisis
Dr. Guydeuk Yeon is a Professor of Economics and Director of Innovation Centre at Christ University, India. He earned his PhD in International studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University, India.
Interest: Digital Healthcare
Dr Elangovan N is currently Associate Professor and PhD –Coordinator in the School of Business & Management at CHRIST University, India. Before that he served as the Campus Director of National Institute of Fashion Technology, Kannur, Kerala. He earned his PhD in Management Science specialising in Information systems from Anna University, Chennai.
Interest: Populism in the 21st Century, Populism and Democracy, Populism and Neoliberal Globalisation
Interest: Changing Perspectives and Practises on Globalisation