Explores the religion as a major cause of insecurity in the contemporary world. Examines interfaith conflict between Christians and Muslims, Jews and Muslims and Hindus and Muslims, war and Jihad, and the term of religious terrorism. Considers peacemaking and fundamentalist and mainstream contributions to religious cooperation and conflict resolution. Analyzes the role of faith-based humanitarian assistance in the context of international security. Includes the capacity for religious communities and leaders to heal conflict through peacebuilding.
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