Cómo citar
Colalongo , R., & Donato , S. (2021). POPULIST LEFT-WING FOREIGN POLICY: THE CASE OF KIRCHNERISM IN ARGENTINA. Cultura Latinoamericana, 34(2), 24-47. Recuperado a partir de https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/index.php/RevClat/article/view/4461

Resumen

This article addresses the issue of populist foreign policy in Argentina and
employs a multi-methods research that combines discourse analysis, foreign policy analysis, and historical political reconstruction of Kirchnerism.
Theoretically, we refer to populism as an “Ideational Approach” and we
consider Destradi and Plegaman’s thematic lines in order to investigate
populism in world politics. Throughout the paper, we argue that left-wing
populist foreign policy does not discriminate against international cooperation and globalization per se but in a Manichean vision of the world, it
criticizes western rich countries, and proposes the creation of new regional alliances.

Licencia

Derechos de autor

Descargas

La descarga de datos todavía no está disponible.
Sistema OJS 3 - Metabiblioteca |