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Religion and International Security: Religion and International Security


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Divine Service?: Judaism and Israel's Armed Forces

Divine Service?: Judaism and Israel's Armed Forces

1st Edition

Stuart A. Cohen
November 28, 2016

Religion now plays an increasingly prominent role in the discourse on international security. Within that context, attention largely focuses on the impact exerted by teachings rooted in Christianity and Islam. By comparison, the linkages between Judaism and the resort to armed force are invariably...

Religious Transnational Actors and Soft Power

Religious Transnational Actors and Soft Power

1st Edition

Jeffrey Haynes
September 09, 2016

Haynes looks at religious transnational actors in the context of international relations, with a focus on both security and order. With renewed scholarly interest in the involvement of religion in international relations, many observers and scholars have found this move unexpected because it...

Radicalism Unveiled

Radicalism Unveiled

1st Edition

Farhaan Wali
September 09, 2016

Radicalism Unveiled is an essential and unique contribution to our knowledge concerning the rise of Islamic radicalism in Britain. Through the study of Hizb ut-Tahrir (The Liberation Party), the spectre of radicalisation looms large and Muslim youth in Britain are increasingly linked to this group,...

The Charismatic Leadership Phenomenon in Radical and Militant Islamism

The Charismatic Leadership Phenomenon in Radical and Militant Islamism

1st Edition

Haroro J. Ingram
December 11, 2013

Haroro J. Ingram journeys through over a century of history, from the Islamist modernists of the late-1800s into the 21st century, in the first full length examination of the charismatic leadership phenomenon in Islamist radicalism and militancy. Exhaustively researched and founded upon a suite of...

Religion, Conflict and Military Intervention

Religion, Conflict and Military Intervention

1st Edition

Rosemary Durward, Lee Marsden
November 28, 2009

For many years religion has been the neglected component of international relations and yet in an age of globalization and terrorism, religious identity has become increasingly important in the lives of people in the West as well as the developing world. The secularization thesis has been overtaken...

Media, Religion and Conflict

Media, Religion and Conflict

1st Edition

Heather Savigny, Lee Marsden
October 28, 2009

International relations as a discipline has largely ignored the role of religion in shaping international events. The growth of Islamist militancy, the increasing influence of the Christian Right on US foreign policy and George Bush's war on terror changed this for good. Now more than ever we need...

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