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https://doi.org/10.33182/ijor.v3i1.2316

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International Relations and Religion

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Under the cover of these general arguments, International Journal of Religion aims to be a venue for scholarly discussion on religion in reference to society, politics, economics and relevant issues and topics. Therefore, it wants to be a suitable place to examine various topics, including, inter alia, the late Samuel Huntington’s controversial – yet influential – ‘clash of civilisations’ paradigm, the international effects of migration, religion’s impact on the climate emergency, the influence of religious non-state actors on international outcomes, and how religion can affect political extremism and terrorism. With this aim, in this issue, we are pleased to present four articles offering analysis on the impact of Brexit on religious hate crime in the UK, populism and crisis of American Methodism, a game theory approach to interfaith dialogue during conflict and a review of religion in International Relations Theory

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2022-06-01

How to Cite

Ozturk, A. E. (2022). Editorial. International Journal of Religion, 3(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.33182/ijor.v3i1.2316

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