International Studies Review, 2021
Religion and US Foreign Policy: Epistemic Communities, Regimes, and Interests
Bettiza Gregorio. Finding Faith in Foreign Policy: Religion and American Diplomacy in a Postsecular World. New York: Oxford University Press. 2019. 318 pp., $78.00 hardback (ISBN: 978-0190949464).
"Few studies ... systematically analyze the connections between faith-based groups and US foreign policymaking. Finding Faith in Foreign Policy works to fill this gap, shedding light on the complex relationships between religion and US foreign policy initiatives."
"Although the theoretical richness might slow down the nonacademic reader in certain parts, policymakers will find great value in its content—not only those working on religious affairs, but also those in need of an analytical perspective through which to understand the relationship between any issue area and foreign policy."
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A Secular Age Beyond the West: Religion, Law and the State in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, 2021
6+1: Finding Faith in Foreign Policy, 2021
International Religious Freedom’s Christian “Soft Spot”: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions, 2021
Sacred Capital: Reflections on Religion and Power in World Politics -- A Conversation with Gregorio Bettiza, 2020
The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 2019
Has the Clash of Civilizations Thesis Influenced America’s War on Terror? 2020
Honorable Mention, International Studies Association Religion Section 2020
Special Mention of Excellence, Alberigo Award European Academy of Religion.
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Pandemipolitics and the (Potential) Unmaking of the Liberal World Order, 2020
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Authoritarian Powers and Norm Contestation in the Liberal International Order: Theorizing the Power Politics of Ideas and Identity, 2020
The Geopolitics of Religious Soft Power: How States Use Religion in Foreign Policy, 2020
Why does the United States have a Christian ‘Soft Spot’ and what to do about it? LSE Blog: Religion and Global Society, 2019
Presenting and debating the findings of my book at the University of Exeter, LSE, and Georgetown University
Teaching Religion and International Relations: Disciplinary, Pedagogical, and Personal Reflections, 2019
2nd Global Summit on Religion Peace and Security, United Nations, Geneva, 2019
Finding Faith in Foreign Policy: Religion and American Diplomacy in a Postsecular World, Oxford University Press, 2019
ISIS’s Clash of Civilizations: Constructing the “West” in Terrorist Propaganda, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 2019
US Foreign Policymakers Understanding and Engagement with Religion, Council on Christian Approaches to Defence and Disarmament (CCADD), 2018
World Order(s) in Crisis? Centre for Advanced International Studies, Exeter University, 2018
Why (Clash of) Civilizations Discourses Just Won’t Go Away? Understanding the Civilizational Politics of Our Times, E-IR, 2018
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Visiting Scholar with the Global Theory and History Program at SAIS Johns Hopkins, Washington DC, June 2017
Religion and International Relations, Oxford Bibliographies, 2016