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Prof. Paul Kelly, LSE, Visits ISBF for Graduation Day 2018

Posted on September 14, 2018 by Prof. Paul Kelly  | Academics | Blog

During his recent visit to the ISBF campus, Professor Paul Kelly, Pro-Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), awarded degrees and certificates to students at the IXth Graduation Day Ceremony 2018.



L-R: Mr. Ramesh Nair, COO, Mr. Chiraag Mehta, Associate Director, Dr. Jitin Chadha, Founder & Director, Dr. G.L. Tayal, Dean, Academics, ISBF, New Delhi, Prof. Paul Kelly, Pro Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory at LSE

He also participate in the IC3 Conference alongside Dr. G.L. Tayal, Dean Academics, ISBF, on the topic- Preparing Students for the Unpredictability of Careers in the Digital Era.



Prof. Paul Kelly, Pro Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory, LSE, at IC3 Conference, New Delhi 

As a part of the symbiotic relationship that ISBF shares with the LSE, scholars from the college often visit the country to deliver lectures to students and teachers at the ISBF campus. During Prof. Kelly’s visit, he acquainted the attendees with the new ‘populist’ politics, the circumstances in which it arose and how it is very much real in Britain, Europe and the U.S.



Prof. Paul Kelly, Pro Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory, LSE, during the lecture at ISBF, New Delhi

Starting the lecture by explaining what populism is, he went on to discuss the contemporary faces of populism, and identified whether ‘populism’ is Left or Right. He then conferred the reasons why it has appeared to triumph.



“It is not an ideology, but a style of anti-politics”- Prof. Paul Kelly, Pro Director with responsibility for International Partnerships and East Asia and Professor of Political Theory, LSE, during the lecture at ISBF, New Delhi

He further drew analogies on Donald Trump Party Capture and Nigel Firage and Brexit- insurgent populism. He concluded the lecture by talking about populism in the new age, and identified the challenges for party leaders to manage party insurgence. While the situation seems to be fluid, populism is unlikely to persist, he said.

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