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Antidemocratic populism in power: comparing Erdoğan's Turkey with Modi's India and Netanyahu's Israel
By the end of the second decade of the twenty-first century, populists have taken charge in Turkey, India and Israel, all previously heralded as exceptional democracies in difficult regions. This moment offers a unique opportunity to explore populism in power outside Europe and the Americas, in three states shaped by deep social, ethnic and religious divisions. This article locates Turkey, India and Israel within a global wave of electorally successful populist movements. It explores howdoi:10.1080/13510347.2020.1795135 fatcat:2hcwxwyrznb2flwz3ve4shhmpe