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Southeast Asia’s Political Leaders: Populists, Demagogues or Something Else?

Authors: Camroux, David Frederic;

Southeast Asia’s Political Leaders: Populists, Demagogues or Something Else?

Abstract

Camroux, David. “Southeast Asia’s Political Leaders: Populists, Demagogues or Something Else?”. CRISEA European Policy Brief, March 2019. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/CRISEA_POLICY_Brief_4_SEA_Political_Leaders_Populist_D._Camroux.pdf; Both in the media and in the world of academia, the observation and study of populism has become mainstream. With the exponential growth in the academic literature, including the publication of several hefty handbooks, populism studies have become a sub-discipline in the areas of comparative politics and comparative sociology. Yet a great deal of this literature looks at the demand side (amongst the population), while, perhaps, not giving sufficient attention to the supply side (the political leaders) who both emerge and create or, at least, encourage the populist demand. With its diversity of political cultures, regime types and types of leadership, Southeast Asia provides

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France
Keywords

[SHS.HIST]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences

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