Faith & Foreign Policy: Religion in Statecraft
Professor Inboden will discuss the different ways that religion, as a primary influence on values and culture, shapes foreign policy and policymakers in various contexts throughout the world.
Tickets: $25/Public -- or -- Free to Members (log in for access to free tickets)
William Inboden joined the LBJ School faculty after many years of working as a policymaker in Washington, DC, and directing a foreign policy think tank overseas. He is the William Powers, Jr. executive director of the Clements Center for National Security and a distinguished scholar at the Strauss Center for International Security and Law. He is also a National Intelligence Council associate and serves on the CIA's Historical Advisory Panel and State Department's Historical Advisory Committee.
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