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Religion and faith play a significant role in individuals' private lives. And in America and across the globe, they increasingly influence public policy and political questions as well. Brookings's research includes topics such as religion and politics, faith based initiatives, legal protections of religious expression, religion in the workplace, religious education and relations between Christians and Muslims.
REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli - Rome's Mayor Walter Veltroni (2nd R) reaches out with other religious leaders at the end of an interfaith meeting at city hall in Rome September 19, 2006.
Diplomacy and Religion: Seeking Common Interests and Engagement in a Dynamically Changing and Turbulent World
November 2013, Allen Keiswetter and John Chane
From the Middle East peace negotiations to U.S.-Iran nuclear talks, many international problems could benefit from discussion and cooperative efforts by religious and diplomatic communities. Allen Keiswetter and John Chane analyze how to bring differing religious and diplomatic frameworks together to encourage shared understanding and mutually beneficial collaboration between these groups.
Middle East and North Africa
November 2013, Haris Tarin and Asma Uddin
November 2013, Hamid Khan, Kathleen Kuehnast, Manal Omar and Susan Hayward
October 31, 2013, Stephen M. Davis
Interview | New Mexico in Focus
October 25, 2013, Jonathan Laurence
October 10, 2013, Angela Stent
Opinion | The Huffington Post
October 7, 2013, Salman Shaikh
Article | Dissent Magazine
Fall 2013, Jonathan Laurence
August 5, 2013, Jonathan Laurence
Opinion | Der Tagesspiegel
July 21, 2013, Jonathan Laurence
July 18, 2013, Robert P. Jones, Daniel Cox, Juhem Navarro-Rivera, E.J. Dionne, , Jr. and William A. Galston
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E.J. Dionne, Jr.
Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
William A. Galston
The Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
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