3 Things to Consider When Picking the Next Religious Freedom Ambassador

At Foreign Policy, as the 15th year anniversary of the International Religious Freedon Act approaches, one of the main authors of the original bill, Will Inboden, analyzes how it has fared and what can be expected from it in the future. Although religious repression has actually increased in recent years, the bill has formally institutionalized religious freedom in American foreign policy and shows promise of success with the right appointed leaders. “In short, to borrow a biblical phrase, when it comes to global religious freedom challenges, the harvest is plenty but the workers are few.”

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