Perspectives 2/2009

 

Perspectives 2/2009 (Download PDF)

 

Contents

 

The Religious Turn in IR: A Brief Assessment

• Petr Kratochvíl

 

A ‘Turn to Religion’ in International Relations?

• Vendulka Kubálková

 

Transnational Religious Actors and International Order

• Jeffrey Haynes

 

International Relations and the Secularisation of Theological Concepts: A Symbolic Reading

• Mika Luoma-aho

 

Prophetic Politics – Leadership Based on the Stories of a Golden Past and a Glorious Future

• Jan Hanska

 

The Religion-Politics Nexus in East-Central Europe: Church in the Public Sphere of Post-Secular Societies

• Petr Kratochvíl

Political Inclusion as a Key Factor to Moderate Islamists: The International Community’s Choice of Policy Impacts on Hamas’s Pragmatic or Radical Tendencies

• Nataša Kubíková

 

Reviews

Charles-Philippe David and David Grondin (eds): Hegemony or Empire?: Redefinition of US Power under George W. Bush – Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2006, 256 pages, ISBN 0-7546-4774-9 (hardback).

• Alena Svobodová

 

Meghnad Desai: Rethinking Islamism, The Ideology of the New Terror – London: I. B. Tauris, 2007, 196 pages, ISBN: 978 1 84511 267 7.

• Karel Hlaváček

 

Ian Hurd: After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the United Nations Security Council – Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2007, ix + 221 pages pbk, ISBN 978-0-691-13834-3.

• Yuki Abe

 

Seth G. Jones: The Rise of European Security Cooperation – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, 301 pages, ISBN-10: 0-521-68985-6 (paperback).

• Daniel Schneider

 

Notes on Contributors