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<em>La République de Dieu</em>

La République de Dieu

Book, Editions Jacob-Duvernet

February 2008

Author: Charles G. Cogan, Associate, International Security Program

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security



La République de Dieu is a collection of essays on the idea of God; on evangelism ("La République de Dieu"); on Islamic fundamentalism ("L'Islam médiéval"); and followed by empirical chapters analyzing a number of conflicts between the Muslim and non-Muslim world: Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Arab/Israeli.


Praise for La République de Dieu:

"The author presents a series of reflections on the relations between religion and the state and characterizes the United States today as a 'Republic of God' which has 'found its champion in George W. Bush.' He then analyzes the conflicts between revolutionary Islam and the United States during the second half of the 20th century including a description of the crisis of 1979 in Iran and of the 'unprecedented strategic error' represented by the American invasion of Iraq in 2003." — L' Hemicycle


For more information about this publication please contact the ISP Program Coordinator at 617-496-1981.

For Academic Citation:

Cogan, Charles. La République de Dieu. Paris, France: Editions Jacob-Duvernet, February 2008.

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