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Religion and Politics in International Relations: The Modern Myth, 1st edition

  • Timothy Fitzgerald

Published by Continuum (December 29th 2011) - Copyright © 2011

1st edition

Religion and Politics in International Relations: The Modern Myth

ISBN-13: 9780826426925

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Table of contents

1. Preface \ 2. Summary of the contents of the chapters \ 3. Why Focus on International Relations \ 4. Contextualizing the problem in the author's research background \ 5. Summary of the Argument \ 6. Christopher Hitchens and How Religion Poisons Everything \ 7. Eli Berman, Religious Terrorism and the Innocent Economist \ 8. International Relations and Religion's Return from Exile \ 9. Scott M. Thomas, Religion Resurging and International Relations \ 10. Elizabeth Shakman Hurd: the Politics of Secularism in International Relations \ 11. Some further theoretical implications \ Bibliography \ Index

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