The OIC and the Islamist Agenda

The OIC and the Islamist Agenda Stephen Coughlin, Jorge Scientific Corporation November 6, 2009 Watch his speaker playlist here Stephen C. Coughlin, Esq., is an attorney, decorated intelligence officer and noted specialist on Islamic law, ideology and associated issues as … Continue reading



Islamism in World Politics as a Challenge to the West

Islamism in World Politics as a Challenge to the West Bassam Tibi July 20, 2010 Watch his speaker playlist here Bassam Tibi is Professor emeritus of International Relations. Until his retirement in 2009, he taught at the University of Goettingen … Continue reading



The Future of Jihadist Terrorism

The Future of Jihadist Terrorism Sebastian Gorka May 25, 2011 Dr. Sebastian L. Gorka, Director, National Security Fellowship Program at Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and Contributing co-editor, Toward A Grand Strategy Against Terrorism. Transcript: Sebastian Gorka: I’ve been struggling with … Continue reading



Agus Widjojo

Agus Widjojo How to Support Democracy: The Case of Indonesia January 24, 2018 Rough transcript: Robert R. Reilly: Tonight, it is a great privilege to have Agus Widjojo who is a minister in the Indonesian government. He is a retired … Continue reading



Wael Farouq

Arab Identities and Tribal Culture Wael Farouq May 23, 2018 Rough transcription: Barbara Gagliotti: Good evening, everyone. My name is Barbara Gagliotti and I am the Associate Director of Crossroads Cultural Center and we are co-sponsoring tonight’s event. I’m very … Continue reading



The Islam in Islamic Terrorism: The Importance of Beliefs, Ideas, and Ideology

The Islam in Islamic Terrorism: The Importance of Beliefs, Ideas, and Ideology Ibn Warraq Author Ibn Warraq‘s most recent book is The Islam in Islamic Terrorism: The Importance of Beliefs, Ideas, and Ideology. In it, he takes the dogmas of jihadists … Continue reading



Understanding Islamist Radical Terrorism

Understanding Islamist Radical Terrorism Wibawanto Nugroho September 21, 2017 Indonesia contains the world’s largest Muslim population. Yet insufficient attention has been paid to how it sees the threat of radical Islam, a subject that Wibawanto Nugroho has studied deeply. He has … 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



The Organization of Islamic Cooperation: Infringing on Free Speech

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation: Infringing on Free Speech Deborah Weiss Thursday, April 11, 2013 The OIC has been aggressively campaigning through the United Nations and elsewhere to treat any criticism of Islam or its Prophet as a criminal act. … Continue reading



Sebastian Gorka: A New American Strategy

A New American Strategy Dr. Sebastian Gorka Executive Director, Westminster Institute September 6, 2013 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center – Room HVC 201 RSVP: info@westminster-institute.org Sebastian Gorka, Ph.D. serves as the Major General Matthew C. Horner Distinguished Chair of Military Theory at Marine … Continue reading