- What's changed? Willimon, William H.; Lefebure, Leo D.; Placher, William C.; Stackhouse, Max L.; Ottati, Douglas; Shriver Jr., Donald W.; Charry, Ellen T.; Wood, Ralph C.; Lovin, Robin W.; Lynch, Thomas // Christian Century;9/11/2002, Vol. 119 Issue 19, p8
Presents several reflections about the terrorist attacks in the U.S. on September 11, 2001. Forms of self-concern; Muslim-Christian relations; International relations; Global theology; Religion and violence.
- "MY SON IS A FANATIC" OR HOW TO HAVE THINGS BOTH WAYS IN A HERITAGE DEBATE. Rowlands, Michael // Social Analysis;Spring2002, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p129
The article discusses several problems that confront British Muslims who reside in Great Britain after the September 11 terrorist attack. According to the author, a number of innocent British Muslims has been killed and persecuted during the heights of September 11 terrorism. He mentions that...
- INTEGRISMO ISLÃMICO Y CONTEXTO SOCIOHISTÃ¶RICO: LOS FACTORES ETNORELIGIOSOS EN LOS PROCESOS POLÃTICOS POST-COLONIALES. Kan, Elio Masferrer // Revista AcadÃ©mica para el Estudio de las Religiones;2002, Issue 4, p31
Religious variables have become a blind spot for analysts and politicians who do not understand their influence in the public life of contemporary society. While technological and market ideologies dominate in the Western world, I propose that religious, along with ethnic variables, remain...
- Religions for Peace. Amaladoss, Michael // America;12/10/2001, Vol. 185 Issue 19, p6
Focuses on the role of religion in peacemaking in light of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Examples of destruction in the name of religious faith such as attacks on abortion clinics; Use of religion as a motive for war; Argument that for true peace mankind...
- AFRICA AFTER 11 SEPTEMBER 2001. Ellis, Stephen; Killingray, David // African Affairs;Jan2002, Vol. 101 Issue 402, p5
Focuses on negative the impact of the September 11 2001 attack to Africa. Emphasis on political and economic interest for better relations; Implication of international solidarity with fellow-Muslims; Reduction on trade, investments and tourism in the area.
- After the September Tragedy. Utkin, Anatolii // Russian Politics & Law;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p6
Examines the implications of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. for international relations. Fight against terrorism; Differences in language, culture, traditions, history, mental codes and moral values; Gap between U.S. military and military equipment of the rest of the world.
- Illusions and Realities of the 'New Era' Batalov, Eduard // Russian Politics & Law;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p20
Explores the implications of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. for international relations. Clash between systems of values; Disruption of global information system.
- Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Is the Commitment of the United States' New Allies Sincere? Biggio, Frank // Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law;Spring2002, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p223
Assesses the sincerity of the U.S. in its alliance with other nations following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Reaffirmation of long-time European allies; Improvement in relations with Russia; Dedication to the long-term fight against terrorism.
- Beware Russia's motives. Kuzio, Taras // Christian Science Monitor;10/4/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 218, p11
Presents the view that Russia is using the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 on the United States to further four strategic goals which run counter to U.S. interests.