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While religious fanaticism in the developing world has received extensive scholarly attention in recent years, Haynes offers a more nuanced view that focuses attention on the positive contribution that religious beliefs, institutions, NGOs, and individuals have brought to challenges such as conflict resolution, economic development, and environmental sustainability. A skillful blending of theory and case studies.

- Howard Handelman, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

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JEFFREY HAYNES is Professor of Politics at London Metropolitan University, UK, where he teaches courses on religion, politics, and international relations. He has published widely on international development including Palgrave Advances in Development Studies.
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