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Angelos Chryssogelos

School of Social Sciences, London Metropolitan University

Angelos Chryssogelos is interested in the ways that populism cuts across international relations and influences foreign policy. More specific questions he explores are the relationship of populism with international structural change, the distinct impact of populism on foreign policy stances and decisions, and ways that foreign and international economic policies can help address the rise of populism today.


TopicalInternational relations, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics