Are religious doctrinal differences primarily responsible for stoking inter communal fear and hatred? What roles have state, sub – state, and transnational actors played in fomenting sectarian disc ord? And what could be done to avert sectarian violence, to foster tolerance and peaceful coexistence, and to promote reconciliation? The essays in this series tackle these and other salient questions pertaining to sectarianism in the MENA and Asia Pacific regions.
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