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Imran Khan: The Poster-child of Politicized Populism. An in-depth case study

In an era where the lines between domestic politics and international relations increasingly blur, the emergence of populism as a significant force has reshaped how countries approach their foreign policies. This phenomenon, marked by a stark politicization of foreign policy agendas, sees populist governments crafting their international strategies in direct opposition to their predecessors’, often privileging domestic political gains over traditional diplomatic considerations. This shift not only challenges the conventional paradigms of international relations but also underscores the profound impact of internal political dynamics on a country’s stance in the global arena.

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