In recent years, the role of religion in the study and conduct of international affairs has become increasingly important. Edited by Timothy Samuel Shah, Alfred Stepan, and Monica Duffy Toft, this volume seeks to question and help remedy the problematic neglect of religion in extant scholarship.Buy from Oxford University Press
Before 9/11, the field of international relations often lacked any serious analysis of religion, while at the same time the fields of religious studies and theology often lacked any serious analysis of international relations. Thankfully there is now a burgeoning new multi-disciplinary and multi-faith field of religion and world affairs. Below we highight a selection of the latest resources...
Edited by Lee Marsden, this volume underscores the critical importance of religion in international affairs generally and in conflict resolution specifically. It adopts a needed interdisciplinary approach and makes a valuable contribution to the nascent but fast-growing field of religion and security.Buy from Ashgate