Annual Report on the World’s Worst Religious Freedom Abusers Comes with a New Twist

Members of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIR), Knox Thames and Elizabeth Cassidy, write at On Faith about their 2014 Annual Report. They note, “Fifteen years ago, the International Religious Freedom Act was ahead of its time in recognizing that religious freedom should be a key foreign policy concern. Today, with its mechanisms underutilized and global conditions even more complex, it’s time to reinvigorate America’s commitment … Reenergized U.S. engagement, together with new partnerships with like-minded countries, can create new momentum for positive change.”

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