Prof. Manlio Graziano Has Three Books Published This Spring

Friday, 21 April 2017

manlio-graziano-100x120.jpgAn impressively prolific author, AGS’s specialist of geopolitics and geopolitics of religion Manlio Graziano has just published three books: two in the US – with Stanford University Press and Columbia University Press – and one in Italy, with the leading publisher in political science Il Mulino.

Holy Wars and Holy Alliance, The Return of Religion to the Global Political Stage was released by Columbia University Press in April. It examines the resurgence of religion in world politics and its increasingly important role in social, economic and political spheres that had recently been dominated by secular ideologies. It places a particular focus on the Catholic Church’s efforts to promote dialogue between world religions and to strengthen its own influence on international politics.

See book description on Columbia University website

In Rome We Trust. The Rise of Catholics in American Political Life was released by Stanford University Press in March. Keeping in with Graziano’s favored theme on the links between religion and international relations, it examines the particular case of the relationship between the United States and the Catholics. It argues that Catholics have played an increasingly significant role in American politics, if not since the Reagan presidency, at least since the Obama administration.

See book description on Stanford University Press website

Frontiere (Borders) was published in Italian by Il Mulino in March. It looks at the current evolution of the world order toward a reinstatement of the importance of borders after the past three decades, since the Fall of the Berlin Wall, were marked by market integration and political and monetary unions. An English translation was done by Stanford University Press and will be published in 2018.

See book on Il Mulino website

Manlio Graziano will hold a book presentation at the American Graduate School in Paris in the Fall.

Holy Wars and Holy AllianceIn Rome We TrustFrontiere

Update on May 24th: about the topic of the relations between religion and politics, read Manlio Graziano's article on the Stanford University Press Blog about President Trump's recent visit to the Pope


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