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New study released: Religion and US Foreign Policy


By Steven Martin - Posted on 23 February 2010

A two-year study by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs on the role (or lack thereof) of religion in US foreign policy was released at a reception at Georgetown University on Tuesday, February 23rd. The co-chairs of this effort were Richard Cizik, President of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, and R. Scott Appleby, director, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame.

The full press release, along with the 99-page report, can be found by clicking here.

The New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good is proud to have had a part in this groundbreaking foreign policy study.

See also these reports:

Washington Post: David Waters
Washington Post: Welton Gaddy
U.S. Catholic: David Sadowski

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