The rise of religiously inspired extremism and violence, particularly since 9/11, has underscored the crucial and abiding three-way linkages between security, religion, and nationalism (hereafter, SRN). Michael Magcamit discusses the study of security policies and strategies, dominant and marginalised religions, and conceptions of national identities in Southeast Asia.
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