The Religion and IR section book talk series on discussing scholarship at the intersection of religion and international politics. Each session will present a book or publication from the last two years that touches on the relationship between religion and politics from a comparative and international perspective. Its goal is to foster greater exchange between scholars of religion and politics and scholars of international relation theory.
This session will discuss the relevance of the national framework to understand today's role of religion in politics. Jocelyne Cesari, in conversation with Scott Thomas and Mustapha Pansha.