Muslim Minority-State Relations
By bringing together diverse case studies from Europe, Africa, and Asia, the book elucidates what drives government policy on Muslim minority communities and where common ground lies in enhancing tolerance, building communities and advancing Muslim community state relations. Robert Mason is Visiting Fellow at the Centre for International Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. He specializes in international relations, with a regional emphasis on the Middle East. His latest work is International Politics of the Arab Spring: Popular Unrest and Foreign Policy.
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