Political Islam and U.S. Foreign Policy

Esposito, John L.

Volume 20, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Too long stereotyped by headline events such as hijackings and bombings, Islamists are often perceived by the West as a monolithic threat. Unless we understand the nature of political Islam and make an effort to distinguish between radical and moderate Islamic movements, we risk creating the very situation we fear.

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