Religion, Government, and Conflict
Marty P. Jordan, Political Science
Religion and type of government (ie. Autocracy vs Democracy) often influence one another and religious values often become reflected in the government itself. These ideological differences may cause different states to become alienated and make conflict between them more probable than with a state that holds similar beliefs. My research project attempts to explore this relationship.
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