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Religion and post-conflict statebuilding

by Denis Dragovic | 04 March 2015
Category: Religion
This book draws upon theory and theology to consider how religious institutions engage with post-conflict statebuilding and why they would choose to lend their resources to the endeavour. Drawing from the theologies of Roman Catholicism and Sunni Islam, Dragovic explores their possible motivations to engage alongside the international community.
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This book draws upon theory and theology to consider how religious institutions engage with post-conflict statebuilding and why they would choose to lend their resources to the endeavour. Drawing from the theologies of Roman Catholicism and Sunni Islam, Dragovic explores their possible motivations to engage alongside the international community.
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€85.40
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Eligible for free delivery
256 Reward Points

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This book draws upon theory and theology to consider how religious institutions engage with post-conflict statebuilding and why they would choose to lend their resources to the endeavour. Drawing from the theologies of Roman Catholicism and Sunni Islam, Dragovic explores their possible motivations to engage alongside the international community.

Product Details

Religion and post-conflict statebuilding

ISBN9781137455147

Format

Publisher (04 March. 2015)

No. of Pages0

Weight395

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 216 x 140