A recent LA times editorial on acts of political violence cited Director Hoffman and Professor Ware's article, "The Accelerating Threat of the Political Assassination."

Prof. Ware and Cleary Waldo on Ideological Leaderless Resistance in the Digital Age

Global Network on Extremism & Technology
October 26, 2022 | Global Network on Extremism & Technology

Read Prof. Ware and Cleary Waldo's recent article for the Global Network on Extremism & Technology on ideological leaderless resistance.

Read Prof. Berlinerblau's MSNBC article on legal challenges to Florida's Abortion Law

MSNBC
October 18, 2022 | MSNBC

In this MSNBC article, Professor Berlinerblau argues legal challenges to Florida's abortion law could be groundbreaking because they expose a false division between “religious” and “secular” citizens.

Professor Byman on Defining Terrorist Movements

Lawfare
October 16, 2022 | Lawfare

In this Lawfare article, "What Is a Terrorist Movement?," Professor Byman explores the changing nature of terrorism and terrorist groups, organizations, and movements.

Professors Pandith and Ware on the Role of Women and Children in Terrorist Movements

Lawfare
October 9, 2022 | Lawfare

In this Lawfare article, Professors Farah Pandith and Jacob Ware argue that women and children, who are typically portrayed as victims, are playing important roles in terrorist movements today and that counterterrorism needs to adapt accordingly.

Professor Forman Contributes to Moment Conversation Antisemitism in Hungary

Moment
October 7, 2022 | Moment

Watch Professor Ira Forman contribute to this Moment conversation on antisemitism in Hungary and the role of the Hungarian government.

Professor Pletka on Biden and Iran

American Enterprise Institute
October 7, 2022 | American Enterprise Institute

In this American Enterprise Institute op-ed, Professor Pletka explores why President Biden should be wary of conciliatory gestures from Iran.

Professor Ware on Elections, Violence, and the Future of American Democracy

October 3, 2022 | Council on Foreign Relations

In this Council on Foreign Relations blog post, Prof. Ware explains how violence during the election season undermines the United States’ democracy, its relationship with allies, and its strength against adversaries.

Here’s how Biden has Shifted the War on Terror

The Hill
September 11, 2022

In this Hill article CJC Director Bruce Hoffman is quoted evaluating the Biden administration's counterterrorism strategy. He argues the administration is balancing the challenges of foreign and domestic terrorists generally well.

A Decade After the First Reason Rally, What Happened to America’s Atheist Revolution?

Religion and Politics
August 30, 2022

This Religion and Politics article about the trajectory of "America’s Atheist Revolution" quotes Professor Jacques Berlinerblau. Click here to read more about the US atheist movement and Professor Berlinerblau's thoughts on secularism in the United States.