Impacts of Islamic tourism on international peace and security: opportunities and threats
Keywords:Islam, organization of Islamic cooperation, peace, security, terrorism, tourism, Uzbekistan
The relations between Islamic tourism and security issues do not possess the unique attitude from the perspectives of theory and practice of international studies. This research offers an engaging assessment of the linkages and interconnections between Islamic tourism and international security. How does the Islamic tourism impact on maintaining peace and security in the world or vice versa neglecting it? The role of international institutions, Islamic tourism development and case of Uzbekistan for progressing this direction of tourism are analyzed by the author. The research focuses on settling these issues by developing conclusions and proposals regarding the promotion of Islamic tourism and peace in the world.
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