Last week, former Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback gave some insight into what he's been up to as the ambassador-at-Large for international religious freedom.
He met the press when he released the International Religious Freedom Report, which is the annual assessment of the state of religious freedom around the globe.
Among other things, Brownback talked about visiting refugee camps in Bangladesh and attending the trial of an evangelical North Carolina pastor in Turkey, who's accused of helping terrorist groups and spying. Andrew Brunson has denied the charges, saying he's only worked as a pastor. The former . . .