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Jeff, Chelsea, and Travis welcome back Olivia Enos of The Heritage Foundation to the roundtable to discuss the Hong Kong protests and human rights abuses in China, and how Christians ought to think about these events.
Olivia Enos serves as a senior policy analyst in the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation specializing in human rights and transnational criminal issues. Enos has published numerous papers on human trafficking in Asia, human rights in North Korea, and reforming the U.S. refugee program and writes a bi-monthly column in Forbes. Her commentary has appeared in The Washington Post, The National Interest, The Diplomat, and Real Clear World, as well as numerous scholarly publications. She has also appeared on Fox News, CNN, and the BBC. She earned a bachelor’s degree in government from Patrick Henry College in Virginia, and a master of arts in Asian studies at Georgetown University. She and her husband Zach currently reside on Capitol Hill.
Resources from the Conversation
- Olivia Enos at the Heritage Foundation
- Millions Are Taking to the Streets in Hong Kong. Here’s What’s at Stake. by Olivia Enos
- Council on Foreign Relations | Democracy in Hong Kong
- The Administration Should Be Bold In Condemning Human Rights Abuses In China by Olivia Enos
- Wall Street Journal OpEd | China’s Main Threat Is a Moral One by Russell Moore
- ERLC Calls for the US Government to Hold China Accountable for Religious Freedom Abuses
- ERLC | Capitol Conversation Podcast