ProvCast Episode 11: Will Christianity Survive in the Middle East?
Will Christianity survive in the Middle East? Dr. Kent R. Hill, Executive Director of the Religious Freedom Institute and former President of the Institute on Religion & Democracy (IRD), discusses this vital and timely question with Providence Magazine’s Depute Editor Mark Melton.
ProvCast Ep. 10: Russian-Speaking Latvians and NATO
Matt Gobush talks about Latvia, Russia, and NATO while focusing on Russian-speaking residents in Latvia and explaining why Americans should be concerned about this issue.
ProvCast Ep. 9: European Integration and the Church
Mark Royce discusses the Church’s role in the European integration project that has developed into the European Union, which his forthcoming book evaluates.
ProvCast Ep. 8: The Obama Doctrine & Moral Multilateralism
In this episode we speak with Matt Gobush about the Obama doctrine, his foreign policy, and a concept Gobush calls “Moral Multilateralism”.
ProvCast Episode 7: North Korea’s Human Rights Crisis
In this episode we will speak with Olivia Enos from the Heritage Foundation about different North Korea human rights issues—including North Koreans being trafficked through China, religious persecution, and other violations.
ProvCast Episode 6: Protecting Middle East Minorities, Part 2
We continue our talk with Robert Nicholson about why the Middle East has a minority problem. This conversation helps illuminate how there is, as Robert puts it, a “vibrant mosaic” of peoples in the Middle East
ProvCast Episode 5: Protecting Middle East Minorities, Part 1
In this episode, Robert Nicholson talks about the Middle East’s minority problem and lays out five keys for how Donald Trump can reset US relations in the Middle East.
ProvCast Episode 4: Reagan & the Soviet Collapse, 25 Years Later
Twenty-five years ago today, the Supreme Soviet formally declared that the Soviet Union no longer exists. Joseph Loconte speaks on the role Ronald Reagan played.