Professor Tamara Cofman Wittes joins her colleagues on the "Rational Security" podcast to dissect Robert Mueller's testimony in Congress.

Ambassador Dennis Ross featured on CBS podcast 'Intelligence Matters'

CBS News
July 24, 2019

CBS News's 'Intelligence Matters' podcast hosts Ambassador Dennis Ross to discuss the future of peace talks in the Middle East.

Rabbi David Saperstein responds to American anti-Semitism claim

Washington Times
July 24, 2019

While acknowledging the improved quality of life for American Jews, Rabbi David Saperstein called the United States the most "philo-Semitic" country.

Jacques Berlinerblau interviewed in L'Orient Le Jour

L'Orient Le Jour
July 18, 2019

CJC Director Jacques Berlinerblau speaks with L'Orient Le Jour on rising anti-Semitism among politically-minded youth.

Danielle Pletka's podcast: WTH is going on with the China trade war?

American Enterprise Institute
July 17, 2019

Visiting lecturer Danielle Pletka hosts Senator Rob Portman of Ohio on her podcast to discuss President Trump's trade war with China.

Tamara Cofman Wittes moderates panel on Algerian uprising

Brookings Institution
July 17, 2019

Professor Tamara Cofman Wittes moderates a Brookings Institution panel on the Algerian uprising. The discussion also featured a U.S. ambassador and a representative from the Congressional Research Service.

Rev. Patrick Desbois's work referenced in Iran article

Israel Hayom
July 14, 2019

Rev. Patrick Desbois's work is referenced in an article on appeasement and apathy.

Danielle Pletka's podcast: WTH is going on in the world with Gen. Jack Keane

American Enterprise Institute
July 11, 2019

The fourth episode of visiting lecturer Danielle Pletka's new podcast, "What the hell is going on?"

Tamara Cofman Wittes and the 'Rational Security' panel discuss the week in politics

July 10, 2019

One of the panelists on the "Rational Security" podcast, Professor Tamara Cofman Wittes discusses the week's biggest political stories.

Ori Soltes: The Met plans to keep controversial WWII Picasso

The Great Courses Daily
July 6, 2019

Professor Ori Soltes draws parallels between the Met's refusal to return a Picasso sold by a man fleeing Mussolini to the ethical and economic struggle over the final fate of Nazi-stolen art.