". . . and having done all . . . stand firm." Eph. 6:13

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Ep. 18: America, Foreign Affairs, and Religious Freedom -- A Conversation with Sam Brownback

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What role, if any, should The United States of America have in world affairs? While America can't be the world's police, there are times when doing the right thing means some kind of involvement. Ambassador Sam Brownback, who most recently served as U.S. Ambassador for Religious Freedom under the Trump administration (and before that served as a congressman, senator, and governor from the state of Kansas) joins Family Research Council Vice President for Policy and Government Affairs Travis Weber to talk with host Joseph Backholm about these issues through the lens of the tiny nation of Armenia -- a place that has a long history of religious freedom struggles.


Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh: Scarred by Genocide, Endangered by Islamist Threats [Lela Gilbert, TWS]

The Philos Project's Armenia effort

Sam Brownback's National Committe for Religious Freedom