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The Central Role of Religion in Diplomacy

Secretary Kerry acknowledged in his remarks on religion and diplomacy at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy that "Religion today remains deeply consequential, affecting the values, the actions, the choices, the worldview of people in every walk of life on every continent." 
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