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Journal of Church and State Reviews Book God and Global Order, an Edited Volume with Contributions from RFP Director Tom Farr and Associate Scholar Dan Philpott

Thomas Farr, Daniel Philpott

June 20, 2011

Stuart Croft reviews "God and Global Order: The Power of Religion in American Foreign Policy" in the Winter 2011 volume of the Journal of Church and State. The book, edited by Jonathan Chaplin with Robert Joustra, includes chapters by Religious Freedom Project Director Tom Farr and Religious Freedom Project Associate Scholar Daniel Philpott. The volume offers a critique of the current resistance of American foreign policy actors to substantially integrate the knowledge of religion into its diplomatic practices and warns of the consequences to American international interests sustained ignorance of this issue could produce.

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