What are the positive and negative aspects of religion's role in shaping political movements in India, Cambodia, and Burma?

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Positive and Negative Aspects of Religion and Politics in India, Burma, and Cambodia

Thinking about religion and politics in India, Burma, and Cambodia, raises the research question: What are the positive and negative aspects of religious and political power when they both come together and clash? In this paper, religion and politics, their positive and negative aspects, will be discussed in how they have shaped social reality in India, Burma, and Cambodia, in terms of working together to unify society, but at the same time when resistance is met and violence ensues.
Mahatma Gandhi remarked once that both religion and politics search for truth, which is why he was drawn to politics in the first place (p. 17, p. 808, 2006). The point Gandhi makes is the thesis of this essay: both politics and religion are intertwined and have negative and positive aspects on society....

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