The July, 2023 coup in Niger has captured global attention as observers note the upward trend in military coups in West Africa
Eric PattersonSeptember 5, 2023
What was the vision Gandhi had for a post-British India?
James RowellAugust 29, 2023
The United Nations Security Council may finally be taking international religious liberty seriously
Paul MarshallJuly 18, 2023
When the variable spirit of human justice stands against the relative constant of greed and power, sadly it is the latter that often wins
James RowellJuly 10, 2023
Apostasy laws in Sudan are coming to an end thanks to cooperation between Christians, Muslims and women’s groups.
Tim ScheidererMay 18, 2023
Although unknown to many Americans, Eritrea is a nation of particular concern for religious liberty.
Alexander J. MiguelApril 6, 2023
Marzo de 2023 será recordado como el mes en que la guerra del régimen de Nicaragua contra la Iglesia Católica…
Arturo McFields Yescas & Eric FarnsworthMarch 20, 2023
Despite the refusal of the Biden Administration to acknowledge the religious nature of the conflict in Northern Nigeria, it is certainly there.
Paul MarshallFebruary 28, 2023
Jefferson’s vision of freedom of religion continues to challenge Americans to strive for freedom at home and champion for others abroad
Eric PattersonJanuary 23, 2023
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