NPR's Weekend Edition
March 2, 2019
CJC's Danielle Pletka speaks with NPR's Scott Simon and the Cato Institute's Christopher Preble about the Trump administration's foreign policy prospects.
February 25, 2019 | Washington, DC
The CJC's Adjunct Lecturer Moran Stern speaks on the upcoming Israeli snap election and the significance of the Gantz-Lapid alliance.
American Enterprise Institute
February 4, 2019 | Washington, DC
Danielle Pletka, a CJC Visiting Lecturer, discusses in a video from the American Enterprise Institute the 2019 State of the Union Address with colleague Marc Thiessen.
January 25, 2019 | Washington, DC
Elliott Abrams, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Jewish Civilization, has been named as the Special Envoy to Venezuela. Mr. Abrams has served on the Reagan and Bush administrations and has held a number of positions at the State Department.
Boulder Jewish News
January 24, 2019 | Washington, DC
Yahad-In Unum's exhibition on the Holocaust by Bullets, organized in conjunction with the Boulder JCC and the Yahad Colorado Committee, drew large numbers of visitors in an effort to educate and advocate about the Holocaust.
The Times of Israel
January 2, 2019 | Washington, DC
CJC Adjunct Professor Moran Stern comments on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's indictment and the implications of the investigation.
January 1, 2019 | Washington, DC
Ambassador Dennis Ross speaks with Shmuel Rosner on "Rosner's Domain" about the events that could shape 2019.
December 28, 2018 | Washington, DC
CJC's Visiting Lecturer and foreign policy expert Danielle Pletka speaks with Taylor Griffin (Roughly Explained, Editor) about U.S. military policy in Syria and the resignation of General James Mattis as Secretary of Defense.
December 18, 2018 | Washington, DC
Tamara Cofman-Wittes, alongside co-author Mara Karlin, argues a foreign policy position in which the U.S. reduces its role in the Middle East through longer-term strategizing.
December 14, 2018 | Washington, DC
Ira Forman, Senior Adviser for Combatting Anti-Semitism at Human Rights First and Assistant Director for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, writes on Hungary's Viktor Orban, the latest authoritarian leader to tap hatred for political gain.