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Faith and Intl Affairs.jpgWhile you’re waiting for Indiana and North Carolina to weigh in, you might make a note of the forthcoming issue of the Review of Faith and International Affairs, which will evaluate the record of U.S. international religious freedom policy since passage of the International Religious Freedom Act in 1998. The issue features key foreign policy leaders and noted experts on religious freedom worldwide. Most of the essays were first presented as part of a conference series hosted by Georgetown University. (Dis)Claimer: The Greenberg Center is a co-sponsor of the series. The full lineup of contributors is as follows:
Asma Afsaruddin, University of Notre Dame
Judd Birdsall, U.S. State Department
Jose Casanova, Georgetown University
Brian Grim, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life
Laura Bryant Hanford, a principal author of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998
Jeff Haynes, London Metropolitan University
Allen Hertzke, University of Oklahoma
William Inboden, Legatum Institute
Keith Pavlischek, Ethics and Public Policy Center
Liu Peng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Daniel Philpott, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
Robert A. Seiple, Council for America’s First Freedom
Nina Shea, Center for Religious Freedom, Hudson Institute
Tad Stahnke, Human Rights First
Victor Yelensky, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences
To receive the issue subscribe at The Review of Faith & International Affairs is published quarterly by the Council on Faith & International Affairs, a research and education arm of the Institute for Global Engagement. For more information contact CFIA at