In addition to publishing articles from the print edition of The Review of Faith & International Affairs, RFIAonline provides timely web-exclusive articles by some of today's most innovative scholars and practitioners.
Benjamin DeVan Monday, 26 March 2012
Ezekiel Olagoke Monday, 13 June 2011
Second generation Nigerian Muslims often experience alienation in their communities, especially in the wake of 9/11 and other more recent events. They are forging a new American identity, one that includes their racial, religious, and immigrant heritage.
Michael Driessen Tuesday, 24 May 2011
The Trappist monks of Tibhirine, Algeria sought peace and reconciliation with their Muslim neighbors. Their example, portrayed in a recent film, transcends religious specificity and presents powerful political values that all Algerian partisans of democracy should promote.
Jenna Larson Boyle Wednesday, 4 May 2011
Many religious leaders in Egypt are trying to encourage political reform that expresses citizens' desires for religious freedom, equality, and civil liberties. Religious leaders and organizations are uniquely equipped to also encourage social reform. These efforts will demonstrate the potential power of religion to help Egypt become both more stable and free.
Sarah Chevallier Thursday, 10 February 2011
Ellen Harvey Monday, 24 January 2011
Serbia's refusal to alter a discriminatory law on religion after repeated and direct recommendations reveals a need not just for changes in the law as it is written on paper, but a transformation of the nationalistic worldview framing the country's highly discriminatory religious law.
Ivan Plis Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Christians in the Holy Land are increasingly defining themselves foremost as Arab and Palestinian. The rise of politicized Islam is pushing Christians away from their distinctiveness, and a desire to see their homeland intact has pulled them into allegiance with their Muslim neighbors.
Jonathan Amgott Monday, 15 November 2010
Policymakers would benefit from considering programs at leading American universities that model approaches to religious pluralism and, in turn, engaging these universities as partners in advancing the Obama Administration's goals.
Brett Lonadier Monday, 18 October 2010
Russia recently implemented a pilot program that introduces students to religious beliefs and ethics as part of the public education curriculum. The initiative could be a defining moment in the formation of the Federation's identity and policy on religious liberty.
Katherine Kaiser Friday, 17 September 2010
The current controversy over Christian marriage law in Egypt underscores the tension between collective and individual notions of religious freedom and offers an opportunity for the state to advance the civil liberties of all Egyptian citizens.
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