Last summer I learned of the launching of a new journal, The Brandywine Review of Faith & International Affairs. It is published by the Council on Faith & International Affairs at St. Davids, Pennsylvania.
It promises to do something that other journals are not doing, namely, to relate the truths of Christianity to the complexities of international relations. Prominent in the fall 2003 issue, numbered vol. 1, no. 2, is an article by Paul A. Brink, "Debating International Human Rights: The 'Middle Ground' for Religious Participants." Brink is one of the more illustrious graduates of the political science programme at Redeemer University College and is currently teaching at Eastern University. Yet another protégé to take pride in.