Samuel Tadros is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom, where he researches Middle Eastern politics, Islamist movements and religious freedom. He is also the co-host of "Sam & Ammar," a television program dedicated to covering Middle Eastern political and social developments from a classical liberal perspective that is broadcast throughout the Middle East by Al Hurra TV.
Sean McFate: The New Rules of War: Victory in the Age of Durable Disorder
Some of the principles of warfare are ancient, others are new, but all described in The New Rules of War will permanently shape war now and in the future. By following them Sean McFate argues, we can prevail. But if we do not, terrorists, rogue states, and others who do not fight conventionally will succeed—and rule the world.
Not What Went Wrong in the Arab World, but Why It Went Wrong: A Theological Answer
Robert R. Reilly is director of the Westminster Institute. He has been on the board since its founding. In his 25 years of government service, he has taught at National Defense University (2007), and served in the Oﬃce of The Secretary of Defense, where he was Senior Advisor for Information Strategy (2002-2006).
Dr. Tawfik Hamid, an expert in cognitive psychology, is an Islamic thinker and reformer, and one time Islamic extremist from Egypt. He was a member of a radical Islamic organization Jamaa Islameia JI (of Egypt) with Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahri, who later became the leader of Al-Qaeda. After being radicalized in the JI (approximately thirty-five years ago).
James Clad: The Islamic State Attacks Indonesia – And its ‘Middle Way’
James Clad is Senior Fellow for Asia at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington DC; he is also a senior adviser for Asia at the CNA Corporation in Arlington, Virginia. During 2002-10, he served as US deputy assistant secretary of defense for South and Southeast Asia (including Australasia and the Pacific islands).