Religious Sources of Foreign Policy

Active from 2007 to 2008, the Religious Sources of Foreign Policy project brought together thought leaders and policymakers to explore the practical challenges posed by the impact of domestic religious forces on international affairs. Through a series of symposia—on evangelicals and U.S. foreign policy, religion and migration, Islam and democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan, and religion in Israeli society and politics—the project examined the ways in which different national understandings of religion and its governance are impacting national foreign policies and international diplomacy. Each of the symposia led to a published report outlining the key issues and controversies. This project was part of the Luce/SFS Program on Religion and International Affairs.
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