Paulina Song is a rising senior at Georgetown University, studying international politics and religion, ethics, and world affairs. She is a summer 2021 intern with the Institute on Religion and Democracy.
Around 350,000 people have been killed due to violence in northern Nigeria as of the end of 2020, according to new UN estimates. Many of those killed were Christians.
Paulina SongSeptember 14, 2021
Militant groups like the Islamic State have long targeted Christian holy sites in the Middle East. According to Sara Savva, the destruction of sacred Christian sites in the region is “a loss for every single Christian around the world” and a “big loss for mankind.”
Paulina SongAugust 3, 2021
The North Korea travel ban is an unfortunate policy that has caused separated families much pain and has prevented humanitarian organizations from operating at their full capacities. However, if we want separated families to be reunited for good—not just for Korean Americans, but for South Koreans and others as well—and for the humanitarian crisis in North Korea to end, we must set our policies to resolve the main problem, not just the symptoms.
Paulina SongJuly 23, 2021