The Politics of Secularism in International Relations

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Index
Abrahamian, Ervand, 75, 184n75
Adiver, Advan, 166n56
Akc¸am, Taner, 189n27
Afary, Janet and Kevin B. Anderson, 185n81.
See also Foucault, Michel
Afghanistan, 106, 120; mujahideen of, 106;
and Taliban, 11, 120
agent-structure debate, 20
agnosticism, methodological, 18
atheism: methodological, 18; radical as form of faith, 19
agonal democracy. See democracy
Al-Qaeda, 11, 120, 135
Al Salam Mosque Foundation, 58
Algeria, 55, 72–73, 125; Armed Islamic Group (GIA) of, 120; and French colonialism, 55–57; and War of 1954–62, 55
Allison, Robert, 60, 62, 63, 77, 178n92
almaniyah (secularism or laicism), 15
America. See United States
Anderson, Benedict, 52, 158n63, 159n83
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, 73. See also Iran
Appleby, Scott, 37, 163n4
Arendt, Hannah, 45, 175n42
Arjomand, Said Amir, 78, 185n77
Arkoun, Mohammed, 120
Armed Islamic Group (GIA). See Algeria
Artaud, Antonin, 162n124
Asad, Talal, 2, 21, 23, 24, 52, 93, 104, 144, 197n34; and atheism, 19; and authoritative discourse, 159n84, 210n11; and definitions of sacred, 142; and Europe, 99–100; and Islamism, 123, 125; and laicism, 30, 33; and modernity, 109; and politics of representation, 51; and tradition 156n26, 205n96
assumptions of study, 16–20; bicameral approach to, 17–20, 160n99
Atatürk, 7, 65, 66, 95, 182n26
atheism, 34; radical, 19
Augustine, Saint, 39
authoritative discourse, 51, 100, 104, 114; definition of, 159n184; secularism as, 16, 45, 49, 91
aauthority: emergence of postsecular forms of, 3; genealogy of secularist forms of, 50; and international relations theory, 144; and Judeo-Christian secularism, 38; laicism as form of, 121; secularism as form of, 1, 3, 4, 12, 31, 148; in relation to Westphalia, 3, 31; sovereign, 31; theistic account of, 38. See also authoritative discourse
Awami Tehreek. See Pakistan
Ayoob, Mohammed, 128, 133
Ayubi, Nazih N., 117, 129
Baghdad Pact, 73, 183n53
Baker, Raymond William, 118, 124
Bani-Sadr, Abolhassan, 77, 78
Barber, Benjamin, 126, 127
Barnett, Michael, 2, 45, 183n53
Barnett, Michael, and Raymond Duvall, 1, 17, 20
Bashiriyeh, Hossein, 76
Bauberot, Jean, 177n73
Bazargan, Mehdi, 77, 78, 80, 102
belief systems: collective, 14; purposive, 14, 158n65
Bellah, Robert, 41, 170n141
Bennet, Jane, 20, 162n134
Berbers, 56. See also France
Berger, Peter, L., 6, 18, 19, 20, 134–35, 161nn113 and 114
Berger, Peter L. and Thomas Luckman, 158n61
Berman, Paul, 130, 205n105
Bhabha, Homi, 49
Bill, James, 114–15
Boroujerdi, Mehrzad, 185n97, 196n23
Britain, 55, 73, 104; and colonialism, 55; and Egypt, 55; and invasion of Iran, 73; modern nationalism in, 104; national identity construction of, 176n54;—, in relation to Judeo-Christian secularism, 92
Brown, L. Carl, 124, 202n59
Brumberg, Daniel, 185n85, 204n86, 205n102
Bukovansky, Mlada, 8, 14, 32, 45, 105
Bulliet, Richard W., 172n2

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Varieties of Secularism 23
  • Chapter Three - Secularism and Islam 46
  • Chapter Four - Contested Secularisms in Turkey and Iran 65
  • Chapter Five - The European Union and Turkey 84
  • Chapter Six - The United States and Iran 102
  • Chapter Seven - Political Islam 116
  • Chapter Eight - Religious Resurgence 134
  • Chapter Nine - Conclusion 147
  • Notes 155
  • Select Bibliography 213
  • Index 237
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