12/01/2004 - Security and foreign policy experts have traditionally been reluctant to take religion into account, but new global realities increasingly underscore religion's important role in international relations.The Pew Forum held an event, on November 10, to explore this timely topic.
Speakers at the event included Ambassador Robert A. Seiple (Ret.), founder and chairman of the board of the Institute for Global Engagement and co-editor, Religion & Security; and Colonel Charles P. Borchini, USA (Ret.), research fellow at the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities, USMC.
A transcript of the event, Religion and Security, is now available online on the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life's Web site.