How can the illusion of religious freedom under UN law be maintained as a government directly harasses citizens who seek freedom to practice religion? Published December 28 2009
Formerly a successful businesswoman in the Xinjiang region of China and jailed as a political prisoner, Kadeer, now exiled in the US, represents a sign of hope for many who seek autonomy in that Western region of China. Published December 18 2009
We presuppose our audience as a global audience of those who can and do access information from anywhere. The stats show that together we have achieved that goal - in a short period of time. Published December 8 2009
President Obama's recent trip to Asia called forth the question of "global primacy" and the decline or rise of empire. Let's begin to think carefully about the balance of power as globalization continues to affect economies, human rights and the future. Published December 3 2009
Allison Addicott holds a B.A. from U.C. Berkeley, a Master in Divinity from Pacific School of Religion (Berkeley), and has done PhD work at both Drew University in New Jersey and the Graduate Theological Union/Berkeley in Philosophy ...Read More
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