The Clash Between Religion & Secularism Overshadows The Clash of Civilizations
by David V. Hicks
Almost a quarter century has passed since Samuel P. Huntington wrote The Clash of Civilizations and proposed "a map of the post-Cold War world." In spite of many thoughtful demurs, his map still serves as a touchstone for scholars and pundits who think and write about everything from the emerging world order to the cause of yesterday's terrorism attack in Nigeria or Paris. "It is my hypothesis," writes Huntington,
that the fundamental source of conf . . .
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