Religion and Statecraft

Vol. 61, No. 1 - Fall/Winter - 2007

Further Reading

By Adnan Mirza, Christopher Flavelle, Eamon Kircher-Allen, Emad M. Salem, Erin Sikorsky, Jessie Daniels, Michael B. Clyne, Veena Vasudevan, Yael Slater, Zarana Sanghani

Photo Essay - Beyond a Spiritual Calling: The Saffron Revolution

By

Long Review Essays

By Anders Berg-Sørensen, Annabella Pitkin, Matthew Bagger, Mimi Hanaoka

Iran: Religious Leaders and Opposition Movements

By Hani Mansourian

An Interview with Amien Rais

By

Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church: Asymmetric Symphonia?

By John Anderson

The Churches' Contribution to Citizenship in Brazil

By Rudolf von Sinner

The Fatal Flaws in the U.S. Constitutional Project for Iraq

By Ann Elizabeth Mayer

Islamic Just War Theory and the Challenge of Sacred Space in Iraq

By Ron E. Hassner

Local Religious Peacemakers: An Untapped Resource in the U.S. Foreign Policy

By Sheherazade Jafari

What Religion Brings to the Politics of Transitional Justice

By Daniel Philpott

Religions and International Poverty Alleviation: The Pluses and Minuses

By J. Paul Martin, Jason Chau and Shruti Patel

Religious Discrimination: A World Survey

By Jonathan Fox

Outwitting the Developed Countries? Existential Insecurity and the Global Resurgence of Religion

By Scott M. Thomas

Tolerance and Theocracy: How Liberal States Should Think of Religious States

By Michael Blake