Jeffrey Haynes is emeritus professor of politics at London Metropolitan University, UK. His areas of expertise are religion and international relations, religion and politics, democracy and democratization, development studies, and comparative politics and globalization. He is the author or editor of fifty-five books. The most recent are: Trump and the Politics of Neo-Nationalism: The Christian Right and Secular Nationalism in America (2021); Peace, Politics, and Religion (ed.) (2020); Religion, Conflict and Post-Secular Politics (2020); and Routledge Handbook to Religion & Political Parties (ed.) (2020). Haynes received the International Studies Association’s Religion and International Relations Section’s Distinguished Scholar award in 2016. He is coeditor in chief of Democratization, editor in chief of the International Journal of Religion, and series editor of two book series, Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics (Routledge) and Religion and International Relations (Transnational Press London).