6 edition of Religion and politics in international relations found in the catalog.
Religion and politics in international relations
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BL65.I55 F58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0826426921, 1441142908|
|ISBN 10||9780826426925, 9781441142900|
|LC Control Number||2010024405|
Her forthcoming book, “ Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion,” (Princeton University Press, ) examines how state-sponsored initiatives including international. While the idea of religion influencing politics is most commonly associated with non-Western nations, Hunter argued that religion plays a role in shaping the politics of all nations. Even in an increasingly non-believing Europe, religious traditions play a crucial role in the construction of culture and national identity.
An Introduction to Religion and Politics offers a comprehensive overview of the many theories of religion and politics, and provides students with an accessible but in . The Politics of Secularism in International Relations develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West. The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes.
Get this from a library! Religion and Politics in International Relations: the Modern Myth.. [Fitzgerald, Timothy.] -- Scholars in International Relations concerned with religion and its relations to world politics are rhetorically constructing a powerful modern myth. A component of this myth is that religion is. Introduction --Religion, secularization and politics: a postmodern conspectus --Religious fundamentalism and politics --Religion and politics: what is the impact of September 11 --Popular religion and politics in Sub-Saharan Africa --Religion, ethnicity, and civil war in Africa: the cases of Uganda and Sudan --The political and social context.
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It's a point that needs very much to be made in the world of international relations. Some IR areas, like China studies, do not use the word "religion", because it doesn't help their arguments often. Unconsciously, they look at Chinese culture and realize that "religion" is a divisive word that doesn't accurately categorize similar kinds of 3/5(1).
Scholars in International Relations concerned with religion and its relations to world politics are rhetorically constructing a powerful modern myth. A component of this myth is that religion is inherently violent and irrational unless controlled by the secular state, which is inherently rational and only reluctantly by: Reviewed in the United States on J Jeffrey Haynes provides in Religion, Politics and International Relations a collection of essays that illuminate the complex relationship between religion and politics.
Moreover, Haynes engages the challenges of international policy for the 21st century.5/5(1). There is a growing realization among international relations scholars and practitioners that religion is a critical factor in global politics.
The Iranian Revolution, the September 11 attacks, the ethno-religious conflicts such as the ones in the former Yugoslavia and Sri Lanka are among the many reasons for this increased focus on religion in international by: Religion, Politics and International Relations book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Bringing together in one collection his mos Pages: Scholars in International Relations concerned with religion and its relations to world politics are rhetorically constructing a powerful modern myth. A component of this myth is that religion is.
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Find books. Religious concerns stand at the center of international politics, yet key paradigms in international relations, namely realism, liberalism, and constructivism, barely consider religion in their analysis of political subjects.
The essays in this collection rectify this. The journals in the study were International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, International Security, and World Politics.  For a more detailed discussion of the secularist trends in international relations theory, see J. Fox and S.
Sandler, Bringing Religion into International Relations, New York, Palgrave-Macmillan,p Cited by: 2. Religion, politics and international relations (Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics) Paperback – 4 April by Jeff Haynes (Author) See all 6 formats and editions.
Hide other formats and editions. Amazon : Jeff Haynes. A leading authority in the discipline, Jeffrey Haynes has contributed to many of the most significant debates in the fields of religion & politics and religion & international relations. A leading authority in the discipline, Jeffrey Haynes has contributed to many of the most significant debates in the fields of religion & politics and religion & international relations in the last twenty by: This comprehensive study shows how the global resurgence of religion confronts international relations theory with a theoretical challenge comparable to that raised by the end of the Cold War or the emergence of : Palgrave Macmillan US.
The study of religion, nationalism, and international relations, she argues, is advanced best by rejecting the notion of religion (and state, and nation) as being an unchanged historical essence and instead theorizing the boundaries of religion and politics as interpenetrating, ever shifting, and strongly dependent upon power Size: KB.
General Overviews. Interest and research on religion in IR is a relatively new and bustling field. In this section, the reader is introduced to a range of landmark Non-IR Books and Articles that have profoundly shaped the field of religion in IR.
These are followed by seminal IR Books and Articles, a survey of the key IR academic Journals publishing the most influential. This book has several main themes and arguments. International Relations has been westerncentric, which has contributed to its ignoring religion; while religion is not the main driving force behind IR, international politics cannot be understood without taking religion into account; the role of religion is related to the fact that IR has evolved to become more than just interstate relations.
Book Description. A leading authority in the discipline, Jeffrey Haynes has contributed to many of the most significant debates in the fields of religion & politics and religion & international relations in the last twenty years.
This book brings together many of his most influential essays, offering a comprehensive analysis of religious actors. Religious concerns stand at the center of international politics, yet key paradigms in international relations, namely realism, liberalism, and constructivism, barely consider religion in.
This book proposes a post-Cold War paradigm based on the interaction between the contemporary globalization of the political, economic, military, and communication systems and the increasing role of religion in influencing global politics.
Rapid technological advances have constantly recast politics, economics, armed conflict, and the media. Books shelved as religion-and-politics: Islam after Communism: Religion and Politics in Central Asia by Adeeb Khalid, Confessions by Augustine of Hippo. John A. Rees is Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at The University of Notre Dame Australia.
He is also Convenor of the Religion and Global Society Program at Notre Dame’s Institute for Ethics and Society. Ben Richardson is an Associate Professor in International Political Economy at the University of Warwick.The book comes at a very critical moment in the debate on civilization and responds to the lack of scholarly attention by international relations and political theorists as to how Available Formats: eBook Softcover.
Religion is rapidly becoming an important part of international relations, and the choice of case studies dealing with Islam in particular will propel this book right into the center of contemporary debates. Clearly and compellingly written, the book is, moreover, accessible to a large intellectual audience."Cited by: