Religious soft power in the south caucasus the influence of iran and turkey turkish religious soft power in the caucasus region was almost uniquely associated with the glen movement . This volume explores the role of religion in the south caucasus to describe and explain how transnational religious relationships intermingle with transnational political relationships the concept of soft power is the heuristic starting point of this important investigation to define the importance of religion in the region. Religion and soft power in the south caucasus conference paper cultural religious implications of turkish soft power politics in georgia in parallel with the economic expansion. Ansgar joedicke is a senior lecturer in the department of social sciences university of fribourg switzerland his areas of research are religion and politics in particular political religious education politics in europe and the relationship between religion and politics in the south caucasus. Religion and soft power in the south caucasus a unique focus on the south caucasus as a region and religion in transnational relations ansgar jdicke editer of the recent publication religion and soft power in the south caucasus sheds light on the uniqueness of the south caucus region as a whole and the intricate manifestations of
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