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Understanding Political Islam

June 23, 2014 in Economics

The rise of political Islam into prominence poses important questions both for people in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and for policymakers in the West. Since 9/11, the thrust of Western foreign and security policy toward the MENA region has aimed at containing radical forms of Islam. In a new study, Cato scholar Dalibor Rohac examines the roots of political Islam, the policy implications of its rise, and the longer term prospects for secular liberal democracy in the region.

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