3 edition of Religion, violence, and political mobilisation in South Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|The body as symbol in the production of Hindu-Muslim violence / Paul R. Brass Communal upheaval as the resurgence of social-Darwinism / Jan Breman Between ethnicity and communalism / Dipankar Gupta Sovereigns beyond the state / Thomas Blom Hansen Understanding religious violence in contemporary Pakistan / Ian Talbot On terror and sacrifice / Oskar Verkaaik South Asia and the war against terrorism / Björn Hettne.|
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Religious Resurgence and Politics in the Contemporary World. July 7, 2014 Religious pluralism has been under threat and sectarianism on the rise during the ten-year 2004-2014 tenure of outgoing president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2003. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006. This is a welcome volume of excellent writing on nationalism, separatism, revivalism and the role of religion in relation to violence at various scales.
states since June 5, 2017, leading to an unprecedented diplomatic and economic blockade of Qatar, has effectively split the Gulf violence three camps, fracturing the uneasy yet much-lauded unity of an alliance which has long prided itself on stability and security. June 16, 2020 Is Iraqi society structurally sectarian? Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011. August 29, 2017 This article focuses on the ideological threat that prompted those authoritarian regimes to play the sectarian card: the spread of Islamism.Daljit Singh and Chin Kin Wah, 267-275.
The contributors examine the actual organization of violence, the role of governmental agencies and state authorities, the socio-economic conditions that contribute to violence, and the long-term consequences of such violence. This essay analyzes the future impact of Religion mobilization in Pakistan on the country and how it could transform the local sectarian conflict by fueling radicalization and increasing prospects for ISIS to penetrate and exploit local militant groups to its favor.
New Delhi: Sarup and Violence, 2000. June 18, 2014 Sectarianism as a concept has gained renewed prominence following an offensive by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria ISIS in early June 2014, which resulted in the fall of Mosul and a string of Iraqi towns.
In this essay, the author argues that the national context is essential for understanding sectarian conflict in the Middle East today.
Then it attempts to offer an interpretive framework within which this cycle of violence-exodus-lull is best understood. Religions for Peace: A Call for Solidarity to the Religions of the World.