religious liberty

The World’s Largest Muslim-Majority Country Goes to the Polls

On February 14th, the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, Indonesia, will elect its next president.

A Puritan Named Kennedy

Robert Frost, while campaigning for JFK, referred to him as a “Puritan named Kennedy” from New England.

Iran Does Not Need Feminism, It Needs Freedom

Protesting the mandatory hijab law will never change Iran until the government respects religious freedom.

United Nations Security Council Receives its First Religious Freedom Mandate

The United Nations Security Council may finally be taking international religious liberty seriously

The Morality of a Revised Monroe

In the 21st Century, do we need a revised Monroe Doctrine?

Eritrean Clergy in Captivity

Although unknown to many Americans, Eritrea is a nation of particular concern for religious liberty.

President Reagan’s Fight Against Religious Persecution & Other Evils in the Soviet Empire

Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech gave hope to the oppressed in the Soviet Union

New Report Shows Religious Dynamics in Nigeria’s Ongoing Violence

Despite the refusal of the Biden Administration to acknowledge the religious nature of the conflict in Northern Nigeria, it is certainly there.

Defending Heritage and Faith: Navigating the Intersection of Christianity and Nationalism in Hungary

Traditional values and religious freedom are increasingly perceived as contradictory, but they do not have to be.

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