November 3rd, 2009 | For more on this event, please visit: bit.ly/c3IsD9
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs | Georgetown University

This day-long event consisted of four panels, each of which examined the question of religion and democracy in U.S. foreign policy from a different perspective. The panels addressed the role of religious actors in U.S. democracy programs and policies; the "twin tolerations" and democratic stability in highly religious societies; emerging trends in the data concerning the relationships between religion and democracy; and the relationship between Islam and democracy in key Muslim countries.
The conference is made possible through the support of the Luce/SFS Program on Religion and International Affairs.

Panelists:
Brian Grim, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

Harris Mylonas, George Washington University

Daniel Philpott, University of Notre Dame

Moderator: Allen Herztke, University of Oklahoma and Guest Scholar, Brookings Institution

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