– Nassef Manabilang Adiong, University of the Philippines Diliman, and Miriam College’s Department of International Studies, Philippines
– Deina Abdelkader, Department of Political Science, College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA
– Raffaele Mauriello, Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Iran
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Co-IRIS is an organization that promotes and advances research on Islam and International Relations. Gerlach Press is an academic publisher specialized on the Middle East and Islamic Studies. Gerlach Press link: http://www.gerlach-press.de/islam_and_international_relations.php
In a global context marked by terrorist threats, Muslim communities in the West have come under increasing scrutiny. Sensitive questions on identity arise with regard to their foreign policy interests and their loyalties.
Topics covered include:
– Relations between European Muslims and international issues
– Political opportunity structures
– Organization and institutionalization of Islam
– Diaspora and transnational dimensions
– The securitization of Islam
– Foreign policy and loyalty
This book investigates the foreign policy interests and political mobilization of Muslims in Europe, specifically in France and Great Britain, contributing to shed light on these difficult questions.