Transnational Islam in South and Southeast Asia: Movements, Networks, and Conflict Dynamics


This 2007–8 study explored the landscape of transnational Islam in South and Southeast Asia and assessed its implications for these regions’ sociopolitical futures. The study brought together an international team of experts to investigate major Muslim actors (groups, networks, political personalities) in South and Southeast Asia and assess their evolving roles; the ways in which they organize and operate; and their relationship to the political environments in which they are active.

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