Islam in Contemporary Global Politics

IWP 645
Four credits

This course will inform students about political theory and practice in the Islamic world throughout its history so as provide them with the background and context necessary to understand the political significance of Islam in the contemporary Islamic world. It will then survey the relationships between politics and religion in the contemporary Islamic world and analyze the activities of the totalitarian Islamist network.

Semester Available

Fall Semester

Principal Professor

   Douglas E. Streusand
Professor, Marine Corps Command & Staff College; Professor, American Military University {read more}