By Akhilesh Pillalamarri, The Diplomat, October 29, 2017
Demography and history explain troubled attitudes toward Islam in Buddhist-majority Asian regions today.
New Delhi, India -- A cursory glance at world news today may suggest that the fault-line where Buddhism and Islam meet in Asia is increasingly characterized by conflict between the two religions. Of course, in broadest sense, this is not true, as religions are made up of numerous individuals and leaders, who are generally of differing opinions. More