The New Politics of Islam: Pan-Islamic Foreign Policy in a World of States
Publisher: Routledge | ISBN:0700715924 | edition 2002 | PDF | 224 pages | 0.6 mb
"The argument is cleverly-constructed - it strikes me as one of the most fresh and incisive contributions to the burgeoning clash of civilizations literature that I have seen, and is likely to attract widespread notice and comment. - T.J. Winter, D.Phil. Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge; Pursuing vision in a pragmatic world by focusing on opportunity rather than threat is the most challenging of all tasks. Naveed Sheikh's new book does this better than anything I have ever read. Essential reading for policy advisers after 11 September '01. - Robert Dickson Crane, J.D. Former US Ambassador to the UAE, President, Center for Policy Research; An important contribution to the understanding of post Caliphatic international Muslim politics. It sees through the religious semantics and unveils the objectives of realpolitik behind the main movers of the OIC. - Sahib Mustaqim Bleher, MIL Secretary General, Islamic Party of Britain; A necessary corrective for anyone disposed to believe that Huntington's Clash of Civilizations has an empirical basis, or that Islam is a simple and unified community. - Sir Roger Tomkys, KCMG, DL Former UK Ambassador to Bahrain and Syria, President, British Society for Middle East Studies
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