Toward an International Political Theology

  • Vendulka Kubálková
Part of the Culture and Religion in International Relations book series (CRIR)


Can International Relations (IR) as a discipline contributeto the study of the worldwide resurgence of religion? This is not an idle question, because the international context within which this resurgence is taking place is the primary domain of IR expertise.


Foreign Policy International Relation Religious Experience Rational Choice Theory International Relation 
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