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House committee holds hearings on US government and international religious freedom

October 12, 2017

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CWN Editor's Note: “Advancing religious freedom successfully in our foreign policy can help the victims of religious persecution abroad and increase the security of the American people,” said Thomas Farr of Georgetown University. “But if we are to succeed we will need to change some of our thinking at the State Department about religious freedom, and our approach to promoting it in US foreign policy.”

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