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VERSPECHT, E. Alitzel  y  TAWIL, Marta. Populism and Foreign Policy: India towards Israel. Foro int [online]. 2022, vol.62, n.2, pp.261-304.  Epub 09-Mayo-2022. ISSN 0185-013X.  https://doi.org/10.24201/fi.v62i2.2897.

In this article, we identify the elements of a populist foreign policy strategy by analyzing the relations between India and Israel since Narendra Modi became prime minister in 2014. We argue that a foreign policy strategy is populist when: 1) it appeals to the will of the people; 2) it accentuates the confrontation between elites and otherness, and the people in speech; 3) decisions are centralized; it intends to portray congruence between the actions and the national role conception, which legitimizes those decisions. Moreover, we claim that a populist strategy in foreign policy is constructed from complex calculations that must foresee national and international pressures.

Palabras llave : populism; foreign policy; national role conception; India; Israel; Palestine; international relations; FPA.

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