This is one of the first books to explore the nexus between civil society, religion, and global governance, their impact on human security and well-being, and significance for current debates in international politics.The contributors examine salient aspects of the secular state whose monopoly on, and control of, institutional violence has reified its use of power to such an extent that the modernistic separation of church and state is being called into question, as institutional limits are sought to the abuse of that power.
|Title of host publication||Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance|
|Subtitle of host publication||Paradigms of Power and Persuasion.|
|Place of Publication||London, England|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2007|
Miller, S. (2007). Corruption, Institutions and Transcultural Interaction. In H. James (Ed.), Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of Power and Persuasion. (1st edition ed., pp. 130-145).  Routledge.