Table of contents for Religious pluralism, globalization, and world politics / edited by Thomas Banchoff.

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1. Introduction, 
Thomas Banchoff
Part 1: Challenges of Religious Pluralism in a Global Era
2. Causes of Quarrel: What¿s Special about Religious Disputes?
Kwame Anthony Appiah
3. On the Possibility of Religious Pluralism,
Pratap Bhanu Mehta 
4. Toleration, Proselytizing, and the Politics of Recognition,
Jean Bethke Elshtain
5. The Rights and Limits of Proselytism in the New Religious World Order,
John Witte, Jr.
Part 2: Religious Actors in World Politics
6. Building Sustainable Peace: The Roles of Local and Transnational Religious Actors,
R. Scott Appleby 
7. Religious Actors and Transitional Justice,
Leslie Vinjamuri and Aaron P. Boesenecker
8. Religion and Global Development: Intersecting Paths,
Katherine Marshall
9. Peaceful Movements in the Muslim World, 
Thomas Michel, S.J.
10. Trans-state Muslim Movements and Militant Extremists in an Era of Soft Power,
John O. Voll
11. Religious Pluralism and the Politics of a Global Cloning Ban,
Thomas Banchoff
12. US Foreign Policy and Global Religious Pluralism,
Elizabeth H. Prodromou

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Religions -- Relations.
Religious pluralism.
Globalization.
International relations.