In the interim, these politicians can continue their demagogic
sparring with windmills in order to stay in office.
Like a child trying to draw attention from other people by crying, the marginalised old monk started a round of false accusations which were rhetorically inflammatory and demagogic
but untenable in fact," a Xinhua commentary said.
Tehran's domestic and foreign policies remind me of the Soviet Union of the 1980s, when the Kremlin publicly conducted a highly demagogic
battle against imperialism but privately tried to find common language with the West on many fronts.
It was later exploited by dictators like Colonel Nasser and Saddam Hussein to further their demagogic
causes rather than developing naturally into an economic zone like the European Common Market--the forerunner of the European Union--or the Gulf Co-operation Council.
Newsweek counters the demagogic
argument that simply counting the populations of China and India, or the tall buildings in Shanghai, leads to the conclusion that America is imperiled.
Haj Amin's politics were demagogic
and rabidly anti-Jewish.
Beyond the immediate political and media hype and demagogic
demonization of any resistance to US and Israeli policies in the region, the core issues are not new.
Insofar as the academic reaction is concerned, with a few exceptions, I think there has been too much of an uncritical inclination to use that term and to be insufficiently sensitive to its highly demagogic
and emotional connotations.
There is a tempting agenda, but it is a demagogic
one--nationalism mixed with a touch of xenophobia: Close up the borders; reduce immigration: eliminate outsourcing; restrict foreign takeovers: and stop regional free trade agreements.
the character of Odysseus was scorned by most of the Athenians: he illustrated the archetype of the demagogic
, unscrupulous and ambitious politicians that had led Athens to its doom.
Hitler's 'skilful demagogic
use of historical myths' eventually focused on Bismarck and that other equally unpleasant Prussian, Frederick the Great.
manner is personally unwelcome, but it could be unavoidable in a time of change.