Publisher Description

The Arab uprisings have reminded U.S. and EU diplomats that they need to communicate with Islamist actors in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Western diplomacy has undergone a modest yet nonetheless significant “religious turn” as a result, acknowledging the relevance of religion in foreign policy, particularly in this key region. While the United States has had a long history of both promoting religious freedom internationally and accommodating the political influence of domestic faith-based groups, the

 

European Union has only recently started to account for religion in its external relations. This paper investigates the origins, evolution, and future prospects of this new approach within the context of the Middle East and North Africa, with a particular emphasis on engagement with Islamist religious and political actors.

GENRE
Politics & Current Events
RELEASED
2015
August 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
20
Pages
PUBLISHER
The German Marshall Fund of the United States
SELLER
German Marshall Fund
SIZE
318.4
KB

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