Moral Reflections on Foreign Policy in a Religious War

Lexington Books (2008)
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Stone argues that religion must be understood in its connections with world politics for the successful conduct of foreign policy. Without peace among religions, there can be no peace, and without understanding the role of religion in politics, there can be neither peace nor successful foreign policy



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