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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.

CJC Prof. Anna Sommer Moderates TJHTalk on 'Remember This'

Taube Center for Jewish Life & Learning
July 20, 2022

CJC Prof. Anna Sommer moderated a discussion about the acclaimed play, 'Remember This: Jan Karski's Call to Action.' The discussion, hosted by the Taube Center for Jewish Life & Learning, featured Eva Anisko, Professor Derek Goldman, Jeff Hutchens, award-winning actor David Strathairn, and Clark Young. Click here to watch the recording.

The United States Needs a Better Strategy to Deter Iran

Foreign Affairs
July 6, 2022

In a recent article for Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Dennis Ross argues for his view of a better US strategy to deter Iran. He argues the United States must make Iran's potential losses and gains public, without closing diplomatic avenues.

Read CJC Senior Advisor and Prof. Jacques Berlinerblau's Latest for the Freethinker

The Freethinker
June 14, 2022

CJC Senior Advisor and Prof. Jacques Berlinerblau is the author of the recent book, 'Secularism: the Basics.' Visit the link above to read his response to a recent New York Times piece on ‘secular conservatives' in the Freethinker.

'Even if Putin Dies, They Will Still Be Deadly': Priest on Russia

June 14, 2022

Father Patrick Desbois recently spoke about his investigation in Ukraine with Ukrainska Pravda. In the interview, summarized by Newsweek, Father Desbois shares his findings about challenges to accountability.