` What Is Religion And Ideology's Role In The US Creation Of The Laws Of Armed Conflict? Institutional Affiliation Students Name Course Annotated Bibliography-What Is Religion And Ideology's Role In The US Creation Of The Laws Of Armed Conflict? Froese P. & Mencken F. C. (2009). A US holy war? The effects of religion on Iraq war policy attitudes. Social Science Quarterly 90(1) 103-116. The authors of this article Froese and Mencken argue that Baylor religion survey used as a measure while estimating the effect of religious support for the US policy throughout the course of the Iraq War highlights a substantial support of the neoconservative and the liberal citizens in the religious framing of the US foreign policy. The authors argue that they found evidence pointing to the adoption of what they term as Sacralization ideology in the framing of Iraq Policy. There is belief that the framing of which comprise of a political ideology with the sole agenda of global conquest should be dealt with appropriately. He urges advocates of religious liberty to rise to defend discriminating policies. References Choi S. W. (2010). Fighting terrorism through the rule of law?. Journal of Conflict Resolution 54(6) 940-966. French N. S. (2015). An American TakfĪr?: Violence and Law at War. Journal of Religion and Violence 3(2) 243-268. Froese P. & Mencken F. C. (2009). A US holy war? The effects of religion on Iraq war policy attitudes. Social Science Quarterly 90(1) 103-116. Powers R. (2009). Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC). The Rules of War. About. com: US Military. Retrieved at www.thebalance.com M. (2017 February 03). Analysis | Why do so many Americans believe that Islam is a political ideology not a religion? Retrieved February 09 2018 from www.washingtonpost.com Veselka C (2016). A Detrimental Influence: The Effect Religion Has on Laws. Retrieved at https://www.huffingtonpost.com/camille-veselka/a-detrimental-influence-t_b_1106045.html [...]
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