The Religious Challenge To International Relations Theory
In the wake of 9/11, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the War on Terror, and ethno-religious terrorism around the globe, religion has been pushed to the forefront of the world stage. Long before concern and hysteria zeroed in on Islam as a principal threat to the United States, it was apparent that religion, far from having disappeared, remained a powerful global force.¹ As Kiernan documents in his history of genocide, religion served as a potent catalyst for the mass slaughter of millions throughout the ages. Writing about the waning decades of the twentieth century and the first years of...
University of Toronto Press
Political Science, International Relations, General, Comparative Politics, Religion
Comparative Politics | International Relations | Political Science
John F. Stack, Jr., The Religious Challenge To International Relations Theory, in RELIGION, IDENTITY, AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE : IDEAS, EVIDENCE AND PRACTICE, (Patrick James, ed., University of Toronto Press, 2011).