Nina Shea has worked as a lawyer specifically focusing on religious freedom in American foreign policy, for thirty years. Joining the Hudson Institute as a Senior Fellow in 2006, she has led the Center for Religious Freedom, which she founded in 1986, in its effort to defend religious freedom internationally. She currently is a leader of a campaign for Christians threatened with genocide by ISIS.
May 25, 2017
Manchester and Trump: Could president's new strategy against "Islamist extremism" have made a difference?
Trump is right to lift the taboos that have often prevented the West from recognizing Islamist ideology to be the red flag it is.
Mar 17, 2017
As their hometowns in Iraq’s northern Nineveh Province become liberated in an ongoing coalition offensive, a few brave Christian and Yizidi genocide survivors are straggling back to the rubble that was once their homes and businesses. The next six months will be the moment of truth for them.
Dec 08, 2016
Iraq’s Christian genocide survivors are hanging on with hope and the help of a fraying thread of private aid.
Jan 20, 2016
Built before Christianity’s sectarian divisions and having gathered Christian worshipers for one and a half millennia, this ancient sacred edifice, now reduced to rubble, represents yet another irreparable loss to Christian patrimony at the hands of these Islamist extremists.
Feb 24, 2015
Still reeling from last week’s news of the Islamist beheading of 21 Coptic Christian migrant workers in Libya, Middle Eastern Christians were again targeted by a large scale Islamist terror attack with thousands of victims Monday, in Syria.