Susan Thistlethwaite says a comprehensive U.S. approach to religious freedom is indispensible to effectively engage the forces unleashed in the Arab Spring.
Recent upheaval in the Middle East makes it ever more urgent to integrate a better grasp of religious freedom into our approach to the region, writes Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite.
Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite explains why we need a new social gospel in The Washington Post's "On Faith" blog.
Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite explores some of the key U.S. policy lessons from the nonviolent democracy demonstrations across the Arab world.
Report Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite and Marta Cook highlight the efforts of faith communities and LGBT advocates in Tennessee.
Susan Thistlethwaite argues in The Washington Post that Internet access should be a basic human right.
Report In order to achieve human rights and equality for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Michigan, both the faith and LGBT communities need to more fully understand each other and work together, write Sally Steenland and Susan Thistlethwaite.
Power is no longer concentrated in global elites and institutions, observe Brian Katulis and Susan Thistlethwaite. The U.S. government needs to fully grasp this transformation.
Susan Thistlethwaite and Eleni Towns provide insights into the “real Islam” from participants in CAP’s Young Muslim American Voices Project.
Susan Thistlethwaite discusses the faith activism campaign to challenge hate rhetoric directed at those who champion social justice.
Susan Thistlethwaite examines whether the “peace jirga” in Kabul could replicate other successful efforts in nations.
CAP Senior Fellow Susan Thistlethwaite interviews USAID’s Afeefa Syeed on her agency’s effort to make development more effective and culturally sensitive.
Interfaith communities are carrying on the tradition of faith-based opposition to nuclear weapons, says Susan Thistlethwaite. Now they need to take the next step.
Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite interviews Christian evangelical Tyler Wigg-Stevenson about his project to eliminate nuclear weapons.
President Obama broke with traditional Just War thinking in his Nobel prize acceptance speech, and so far almost no one seems to have noticed.