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Join Hudson Institute’s Aparna Pande and Nina Shea and expert panelists Daud Khattak, Deepali Kulkarni, and Farahnaz Ispahani for a discussion on th
On October 27, USAID Acting Administrator John Barsa will participate in an event at the Hudson Institute in observation of International Religious Fr
Join Hudson Institute as prominent experts on the Xinjiang crisis address these questions and consider what the U.S. and its allies can do in response
Experts discuss the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998
Experts discuss the 2014 Yezidi genocide.
Michael Doran, Nina Shea, Rebeccah Heinrichs and Marc LiVecche on U.S. interests, options and moral considerations for addressing the Syrian civil war
Elliot Abrams, Nina Shea, Kristina Arriaga & Vo Van Ai (Vietnam Committee on Human Rights) on U.S. policy and religious freedom in South East Asia
Is there any hope that religious minorities can remain in the Middle East? A conference with Nina Shea, Cardinal Dolan, and Walter Russell Mead.
Amal Marogy of Aradin Charitable Trust and Nina Shea discuss the destruction of Aramaic and early Christian culture by ISIS in the Middle East.
"Islamophobia" is a widely used yet vague and controversial term referring to anti-Muslim bigotry. In recent years, identifying, monitoring, reporting
Boko Haram, a Hausa phrase meaning "Western education is forbidden," is a militant Islamic insurgency whose stated aim is the establishment, by force,
With the rise of Islamism in the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa, religious minorities have come increasingly under siege. Already this year, near
With Mubarak's reign in Egypt all but over, policy makers in the U.S. and around the globe are seeking to understand why Egypt's government proved so