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Join a Discussion on Religion and Foreign Policy

Suzan Johnson Cook, Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, will hold a conversation with Dr. Chris Seiple, President of the Institute for Global Engagement, on the role of religion in foreign policy. The discussion will be moderated by Cheryl Benton, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, and will be available to view here on DipNote, the Department of State's official blog on January 20.
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Upholding Religious Freedom

Politics / US Politics : Dipnote: U.S. Department of State Official Blog (2 years ago)

Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Suzan Johnson Cook participates in the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference in Beijing, China, in May 2013.  [State Department photo/ Public Domain] During my tra... Read Post

Britain is 'Sleepwalking into Losing Religious Freedoms,' says Christian Leader

Politics / US Politics : Big Government (13 hours ago)

A Christian leader has warned that Britain is “sleepwalking into losing religious freedoms,” thanks to a prevailing liberal culture that promotes a hierarchy of rights which demotes religion below all other considerations. She calle... Read Post

Conversations With America: The Role of Religion in Foreign Policy

Politics / US Politics : Dipnote: U.S. Department of State Official Blog (3 years ago)

More: Questions Submitted on DipNote | Text Transcript Suzan Johnson Cook, Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, held a conversation with Dr. Chris Seiple, President of the Institute for Global Engagement, on the ... Read Post


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