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ON THE LINE: Islamophobia: Undermining Religious Tolerancei
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June 07, 2013
While some human rights groups complain of widespread Islamophobia in the US and Europe, others say facts do not support it. This week's episode of "On the Line" discusses if Islamophobia is a reality and whether it is undermining religious tolerance. GUESTS James S. Robbins: Deputy Editor, Rare. Cory P. Saylor: Director, Department for Monitoring and Combatting Islamophobia, Council on American-Islamic Relations. Michael Privot: Director, European Network Against Racism, in Brussels, Belgium.

ON THE LINE: Islamophobia: Undermining Religious Tolerance

Published June 06, 2013

While some human rights groups complain of widespread Islamophobia in the US and Europe, others say facts do not support it. This week's episode of "On the Line" discusses if Islamophobia is a reality and whether it is undermining religious tolerance. GUESTS James S. Robbins: Deputy Editor, Rare. Cory P. Saylor: Director, Department for Monitoring and Combatting Islamophobia, Council on American-Islamic Relations. Michael Privot: Director, European Network Against Racism, in Brussels, Belgium.

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The world's two largest economies, the United States and China represent the world's most important bilateral relationship. But tension between the two countries is on the rise? What does this mean going forward, and is trouble brewing in the South China sea? Find out next "On the Line".
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Marvin Ott: Senior Scholar - Asia Program, Wilson Center; Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Harry J. Kazianis: Managing Editor, The National Interest; Senior Fellow, China Policy Institute