restricted access   Volume 21, Number 2, Summer-Fall 2001

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review

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Foreword

pp. vii-ix
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Foreign Policy Debate: Propaganda, the Satans, and Other Misunderstandings

pp. 139-154
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Democratic Dictators: Authoritarian Politics in Peru from Leguia to Fujimori

pp. 155-176
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Return and Reconstruction in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Missing Link, or Mistaken Priority?

pp. 177-199
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Islams

Islamic Identity: Myth, Menace, or Mobilizer?

pp. 1-17
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Struggles Behind Words: Shariah, Sunnism, and Jihad

pp. 19-24
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A Comparative Approach to Islam and Democracy

pp. 133-138
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Indonesia

Indonesia's Mild Secularism

pp. 25-28
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Indonesia, Islam, and the Prospect for Democracy

pp. 29-37
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In Aceh, Indonesia Stumbles

pp. 39-42
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Islamic Crossroads

Where Islams Clash

pp. 43-51
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Qibla and the Government House: The Islamist Networks

pp. 53-63
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Religion, Politics, and Security in Central Asia

pp. 65-90
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Minorities

Muslims in U.S. Politics: Recognized and Integrated, or Seduced and Abandoned?

pp. 91-102
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Demographic Islamization: Non-Muslims in Muslim Countries

pp. 103-116
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Creating Devastation and Calling it Islam: The War for the Nuba, Sudan

pp. 117-132
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Life in a Threatened Land

pp. 123-129
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Reviews

Constructing Islam

Resurrecting Islam

pp. 201-206
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Teaching (and Learning) Islam in Egypt

pp. 207-210
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The "Islamic Peril" Deconstructed

pp. 211-215
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Film Review

The Universal Iranian

pp. 217-224
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Rethinking the Obvious

Communists Behaving Badly

pp. 225-232
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Radio Free Africa

pp. 233-240
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The United States as "Rogue Superpower"

pp. 241-245
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