May 14, 2022
"To understand how the party of JFK came to shun secularism," writes, CJC Prof. and Senior Advisor Jacques Berlinerblau, "we must return to the autopsy that Democrats performed after John Kerry's defeat in 2004." Read Prof. Berlinerblau on Roe v. Wade, the Democratic Party, and how governments should engage with religions for Salon.
Governor Glenn Youngkin
May 6, 2022
CJC Director Bruce Hoffman was named to Governor Glenn Youngkin's Commission to Combat Antisemitism. As part of the Commission, Director Hoffman will make recommendations to the Governor and General Assembly on how to mitigate antisemitism in the Commonwealth. Read the announcement from the Office of the Governor here.
May 6, 2022
"Even as Putin continues his war against Ukraine, the United States must begin thinking about building coalitions for the period after the war ends." Read the CJC's Amb. Dennis Ross on the broader implications of the Ukraine invasion in the latest Atlantic.
The National Interest
April 23, 2022
"Confronting major powers, especially Russia, to say nothing of smaller powers like Iran, also requires counterterrorism tools, but what that means in practice differs considerably from the fight against non-state groups." Read CJC ExCo Member Prof. Daniel Byman on the role of terrorism in great power competition for the National Interest.
April 19, 2022
"The U.S. continues — as it long has — to lead the list of those countries whose citizens overseas are most frequently taken hostage by terrorists — with Britain second." Read CJC Director Bruce Hoffman's insights on the Elsheikh trial & U.S. hostage policy for the Hill.
The Daily Beast
April 16, 2022
"Whether Roth’s literary afterlife will resemble the steady confetti drop of adulation he experienced during his earthly existence is an open question." Read CJC Prof. and Senior Advisor Jacques Berlinerblau's article on the legacy of Philip Roth here, and visit the "event recordings" tab of our website to watch his Feb 10th lecture, 'The Philip Roth We Don't Know.'