The Challenge of Islam to the Catholic Church

The Challenge of Islam to the Catholic Church Robert Reilly, at St. John the Beloved, McLean, Virginia February 4, 2010 Watch his speaker playlist here Robert R. Reilly is the Executive Director of the Westminster Institute. In his 25 years of … Continue reading



Closing of the Muslim Mind

The Closing of the Muslim Mind Robert R. Reilly October 17, 2016 Robert R. Reilly spoke at St. Mary’s Lyceum in Alexandria, Virginia on The Closing of The Muslim Mind. Robert R. Reilly is the Executive Director of the Westminster Institute. … Continue reading



Deciphering the Middle East: Why the U.S. Usually Gets it Wrong

Deciphering the Middle East: Why the U.S. Usually Gets it Wrong Robert R. Reilly February 9, 2016 Robert R. Reilly spoke to the Military History Legion at The University Club on February 9. Reilly is the Executive Director of the … Continue reading



Diplomacy in the Modern Era

Diplomacy in the Modern Era Robert R. Reilly May 25, 2011 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 … Continue reading



A New U.S. Response to Upheaval in the Middle East

A New U.S. Response to Upheaval in the Middle East Walid Phares BAUI University Provost and Director for international studies. September 6, 2013 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center – Room HVC 201 RSVP: [email protected] Walid Phares is an advisor to members of … Continue reading



Information Operations

Information Operations: Successes and Failures Robert R. Reilly Senior Fellow, American Foreign Policy Council & Former Director, Voice of America September 6, 2013 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center – Room HVC 201 RSVP: [email protected] Robert R. Reilly has been on the board … Continue reading



Large Roadblocks on the Islamist Path to Democracy

By: Robert R. Reilly Wall Street Journal LETTERS 4/30/12 In “The Islamist Road to Democracy” (WSJ op-ed, April 23), Reuel Marc Gerecht advises against “nostalgia and depression” in regard to what may seem unfavorable changes in the Middle East, but … Continue reading