Category Archives: CEDAR Dialogue

“It’s Not All About Islam: Misreading Secular Politics in the Middle East”, by Stacey Gutkowski

“It’s Not All About Islam: Misreading Secular Politics in the Middle East”, by Stacey Gutkowski. 2015. openDemocracy. April 25.

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This post is part of the CEDAR’s partnership with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on “Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond,” part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue.

“Should the United States Attempt to Reform Islam?”, by Gregorio Bettiza

“Should the United States Attempt to Reform Islam?”, by Gregorio Bettiza. 2015. Foreign Policy Centre. March.

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This post is part of the CEDAR’s partnership with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on “Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond,” part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue.

“Tajikistan Takes on the God Squad”, by Edward Lemon

“Tajikistan Takes on the God Squad”, by Edward Lemon. 2015. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. January 28.

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This post is part of the CEDAR’s partnership with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on “Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond,” part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue.

“The ‘Muslim Radicalisation of Central Asia’ Is a Dangerous Myth”, by John Heathershaw and David W. Montgomery

“The ‘Muslim Radicalisation of Central Asia’ Is a Dangerous Myth”, by John Heathershaw and David W. Montgomery. 2014. Open Democracy – oD Russia. December 29.

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This post is part of the CEDAR’s partnership with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on “Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond,” part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue.