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Religion, Governments, and Violent Extremism: What Have We Learned?

09 March, 2019 19:34
Religion, Governments, and Violent Extremism: What Have We Learned?

On February 13 a panel of experts on global peacemaking and international security debated the complex role religion and religious leaders play in causing or preventing violent extremism. The discussion featured Mohamed Elsanousi, the executive director of the Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers; Susan Hayward, a senior advisor for religion and inclusive societies at the United States Institute of Peace; and H.A. Hellyer, a senior associate fellow in international security studies at the Royal United Services Institute in London. Berkley Center Senior Research Fellow Peter Mandaville moderated the panel.

Source: Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

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