The United States remains heavily dependent on Communist China for raw materials crucial for manufacturing…
The American experiment with immigration has always presumed that those coming to the United States had the intention of becoming Americans, putting aside old allegiances, and thereby integrating into society. It was also understood that immigrants would endeavor to keep elements of their cultural and religious traditions intact in the New World, and that some of these may even eventually be adopted and “Americanized” by the native populace.
The continuing coronavirus pandemic and growing evidence that China’s handling of the virus amounted to criminal negligence has led to a major downturn in U.S-China relations and threatens to wreck a recent trade deal with China and could even lead to a U.S.-China Cold War.
Adding to Israel’s recent indecisive Knesset elections has been more political chaos caused by judicial activism and major shifts in Israeli culture. In this occasional paper, Dr. David Wurmser, Director of the Center’s Project on Global Anti-Semitism and the U.S.-Israel Relationship, provides an in-depth analysis of this situation and what it means for Israel’s future.
For years we have been scrambling to contain or frustrate Iran’s ambitions and weapons aspirations. Perhaps we can continue to push the can down the road, but at some point, either Iran’s regime will have a nuclear weapon, or this regime will no longer be. So, the real question thus becomes not whether the regime – which plays by no rules or law – can be contained, but whether it will survive.
Lost among all the news about impeachment was the initial leaking of the “Deal of the Century,” the US plan for resolving the Arab-Israeli dispute once and for all. The plan was formally unveiled today by the Trump administration.
Belarus seldom comes to mind when thinking about European security. That might change.
In anticipation of a contentious and critically important election year to come, the Center offers this new book by Dr. Stephen Kirby to serve as a resource for the engaged citizen. With more political candidates than ever openly affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Kirby’s deep understanding of Islamic Law as well as the U.S. Constitution provides a useful handbook on the stark differences between them.
There is a vibrant debate on the Internet and elsewhere over whether Islam constitutes Arab imperialism, or alternatively, whether it is an attempt to make non-Arab Muslims into Arabs. Participants in this debate are mostly Muslims, and some are even Arabs. Some claim to be former Muslims. Can this debate help us in our battle against the terrorists and states which support them?
There will be increasing uncertainty concerning the effectiveness of a declining U.S. nuclear deterrent while there will be little uncertainty about increasing Russian nuclear capabilities.
The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has jumped in on the effort to paint…
Originally posted on ANDMagazine.com Speculation is rife in the press that President Trump is about…
The Center for Security Policy is pleased to present the latest addition to its Jihad…
As the 2020 election cycle gets underway with candidates announcing presidential campaigns and respective platforms, the Muslim Brotherhood agenda for the United States demonstrably seeks through subversive infiltration of American institutions the triumph of shariah.
Watch a panel discussion on the new title from CSP Press, The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Diana West