Religion and International Relations

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Palgrave Macmillan, May 5, 2000 - Political Science - 293 pages
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Discussions of religion in international relations have often focused narrowly on religious fundamentalism and on the potentially negative consequences of religious differences. This book attempts to take a more balanced and much broader view of the subject, bringing together new research-based studies by specialists from international relations, history and theology. Case-studies and thematic analyses examine both seldom-discussed issues - such as the political consequences of large-scale religious change - and review old themes in new ways.

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NAZILA GHANEA Postgraduate student, Department of International Relations, Keele University HARRIET A. HARRIS Lecturer in Theology, University of Exeter PETER PALMER Brasenose College, Oxford C.RAM-PRASAD Visiting Fellow, Clare Hall, Cambridge SCOTT THOMAS School of Social Sciences, University of Bath ROGER WILLIAMSON Policy and Campaigns Director, Christian Aid CHRISTOPHER M. WYATT Research Fellow, University of Reading

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