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Ideology and International Institutions$
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Erik Voeten

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780691207322

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691207322.001.0001

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Populism and Backlashes against International Courts

Populism and Backlashes against International Courts

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(p.148) Chapter Nine Populism and Backlashes against International Courts
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Ideology and International Institutions
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Erik Voeten

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Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691207322.003.0009

This chapter assesses the rise of populism as an ideological shift that can be orthogonal to the main ideological dimension of contestation. It advances two main points. First, populist leaders have incentives to contest expert-based international institutions that interpret liberal rules when these interpretations interact with preexisting populist mobilization. Moreover, populism offers an ideology to challenge the authority of these institutions. Second, populists are diverse in their positions on the main dimension of contestation, which complicates their ability to form effective multilateral reform coalitions. The chapter then applies the book's conceptual framework to the rise of populism with an empirical application to international courts.

Keywords:   populism, ideological contestation, populist leaders, international institutions, populist mobilization, ideology, multilateral reform coalitions, international courts, liberal rules

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