VATICAN CITY (RNS) – In a school in downtown Rome on Friday (Dec. 6), the “bravest woman in Afghanistan” spoke to students about her faith, the Trump administration and the difficult legacy of four decades of war in her home country.
(RNS) — It takes a strong sense of compartmentalization to square Christianity’s ethical demands for truth-telling, integrity and human rights with the Trump White House’s elastic relationship with the truth.
(The Conversation) — Trump’s move is a symbolic, rather than legal, gesture, but it could lend legitimacy to a move by Israel that has long been seen as violating international law.
(RNS) — As President Trump's attention turns to international affairs, members of his loyal evangelical Protestant base need to ask themselves: What do we want out of U.S. foreign policy?
(RNS) — Many American evangelicals cheered because they understood the United States' recognition of Jerusalem as the 'once and eternal' capital of Israel as a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
(RNS) Does Clinton, Trump or anybody else really know the best way forward for U.S. foreign policy?
Nationalism, moralism, and isolationism -- which best serves America? Which reflects religious and moral values?