On the heels of it's first-ever Conference on Religion and Diplomacy last month, the U.S. State Department has launched a new podcast series on the same subject. The project aims to raise awareness about religion...KEEP READING
PD in Review: Religion and Foreign Affairs
In his review of Dennis R. Hoover and Douglas M. Johnston’s newly edited text Religion and Foreign Affairs, CPD Director Philip Seib notes the vital importance of an understanding of the role of faith in foreign affairs.
Seib writes that the editors do a “superb job” of collecting literature about issues such as the ethics of force, religion and conflict, and peacemaking, making this “an indispensable volume for anyone interested in this field.”
Read the full review here.
In 2010, the USC Center on Public Diplomacy launched a research project to review the public diplomacy implications between religion and global publics. To find out more this Faith Diplomacy Initiative, please follow this link.
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