America’s Enemies Old and New and the Trump Doctrine

America’s Enemies Old and New and the Trump Doctrine Sebastian Gorka August 14, 2018 Video available on C-SPAN Transcript: Robert R. Reilly: Seb also of course has a deep, academic background. He’s taught at National Defense University, he’s taught at … Continue reading



Patrick Clawson

 Will the Islamic Republic Last Long Enough to Get a Nuclear Bomb? Patrick Clawson February 21, 2018 Rough transcription: Robert Reilly: Tonight, I’m very pleased to have an old friend address Westminster, Patrick Clawson, who was an old friend from … Continue reading



After ISIS: The Future of Iraq in the Hands of Iran

After ISIS, The Future of Iraq in the Hands of Iran Michael Pregent Michael Pregent is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer with more than 28 years of experience working security, terrorism, counter-insurgency, and policy issues in the Middle East, … Continue reading



iWar: War And Peace In The Information Age

iWar: War And Peace In The Information Age Bill Gertz May 11, 2017 America is at war, but most Americans don’t know it. Covert information warfare is waged by world powers and rogue states—like Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea—and … Continue reading



How the Iranian Revolution Changed the Role of the Shia Clergy

How the Iranian Revolution Changed the Role of the Shia Clergy Mehdi Khalaji May 31, 2017 Mehdi Khalaji is the Libitzky Family fellow at The Washington Institute, focusing on the politics of Iran and Shiite groups in the Middle East. … Continue reading



Winning Battles, Losing Wars: Rethinking U.S. Strategy in the Middle East

Winning Battles, Losing Wars: Rethinking U.S. Strategy in the Middle East Michael Eisenstadt February 1, 2017 Michael Eisenstadt is the Kahn Fellow and director of The Washington Institute’s Military and Security Studies Program. A specialist in Persian Gulf and Arab-Israeli … Continue reading



Iranian Strategic Influence in the Hemisphere

Iranian Strategic Influence in the Hemisphere: Threats to the Homeland Joseph M. Humire March 12, 2013 7:30 – 8:45 p.m. Joseph M. Humire is the Executive Director of the Center for a Secure Free Society. As a global security expert specializing … Continue reading



How Iran Fuels ISIS

How Iran Fuels ISIS Michael Pregent Wednesday, March 16, 2016 7:30PM — 8:45PM Michael Pregent is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer with more than 28 years of experience working security, terrorism, counter-insurgency, and policy issues in the Middle East, … Continue reading



Iran’s Global Ambition

Iran’s Global Ambition Ilan Berman Wednesday, March 2, 2016 Watch his speaker playlist here Dr. Ilan Berman is Vice President of the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC. His new book is Iran’s Deadly Ambition: The Islamic Republic’s Quest … Continue reading



Dealing with Iran in a Post-Deal World

Dealing with Iran in a Post-Deal World Congressman Mike Pompeo Tuesday, December 1, 2015 7:30PM — 8:45PM Watch his speaker playlist here Congressman Mike Pompeo is a third-term congressman from the 4th District, Kansas. He graduated first in his class … Continue reading