Lessons from the Cold War

Lessons from the Cold War Prof. John Moore, President Emeritus, Grove City College, Former Deputy Director, National Science Foundation May 25, 2011 A One-Day Conference: May 25th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Key Bridge Marriott, Arlington, Virginia The death of Osama … 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



Shmuel Bar: The Demise of the Arab State, Re-Tribalization, and the Emergence of “Jihadistans” in the Next Five Years

The Demise of the Arab State, Re-Tribalization, and the Emergence of “Jihadistans” in the Next Five Years Shmuel BarMarch 15, 2017 Watch his speaker playlist here Dr. Shmuel Bar served for thirty years in the Israeli government, first in the IDF Intelligence and … Continue reading



The History of Jihad

The History of Jihad Robert Spencer 7:30 pm-8:45 pm (September 5, 2018) Watch his speaker playlist here Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. He is the author of … Continue reading



Agus Widjojo

Agus WidjojoHow to Support Democracy: The Case of Indonesia January 24, 2018 Watch his speaker playlist Lieutenant General TNI Agus Widjojo (Army; Ret.) is currently the Governor of the Indonesian National Resilience Institute – a ministerial-level agency directly under the President … Continue reading



Ahmet Yayla

How Turkey Sees Its Role in the World and What it Means for the U.S.  Ahmet S. Yayla 7:30 pm-8:45 pm (April 25, 2018) Watch his speaker playlist here Ahmet S. Yayla, Ph.D. is co-author of the book, ISIS Defectors: … Continue reading



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



In the Warlords’ Shadow: Special Operations Forces, the Afghans, and Their Fight Against the Taliban

In the Warlords’ Shadow: Special Operations Forces, the Afghans, and Their Fight Against the Taliban Daniel GreenApril 4, 2018 Dr. Daniel R. Green is a Defense Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy focusing on counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, and … 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



What are the Prospects for Real Reform in Saudi Arabia?

What are the Prospects for Real Reform in Saudi Arabia? Mansour Al-Hadj July 11 Rough transcription: Robert R. Reilly: Our speaker tonight, as you know from the announcement, is Mansour Al-Hajj, who is the director of the Reform Project at … Continue reading