• Clare Lopez: Next Steps on Iran
    Clare Lopez is Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy; former operations officer, Central Intelligence Agency; former Executive Director, Iran Policy Committee.

    She spoke at the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group Lunch on the topic: "Next Steps on Iran"
  • The Threat from Iran: Michael Ledeen
    Dr. Michael Ledeen:

    An internationally renowned scholar, whose ideas and insights on the workings of the Iranian government have been a critical part of the policy discussion for decades. Author of Accomplice to Evil: Iran and the War Against the West; The War Against the Terror Masters;  The Iranian Time Bomb and numerous other works.

    The Islamic Republic of Iran now looms large as one of the greatest threats to the National Security of the United States. From the current status of its nuc...
  • The Threat from Iran: Ken Timmerman
    Kenneth Timmerman:

    Co-founder of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran, and an investigative reporter for three decades focused on terrorism and the Middle East, author of numerous works including Countdown to Crisis: the Coming Nuclear Showdown with Iran.

    The Islamic Republic of Iran now looms large as one of the greatest threats to the National Security of the United States. From the current status of its nuclear weapons program, to its policy of expansionism in Latin America, to its murde...
  • The Threat from Iran: Clare Lopez
    Clare Lopez:

    A veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency, serves as Vice President of the non-profit forum, The Intelligence Summit, and a Professor at the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies (CI Centre), where she teaches courses on the Iranian Intelligence Services, and the expanding influence of Jihad and Sharia in Europe and a Senior Research Fellow for the Clarion Fund and the Center for Security Policy.

    The Islamic Republic of Iran now looms large as one of the greate...
  • The Threat from Iran: James Woolsey
    Hon. R. James Woolsey:

    fmr. Director of Central Intelligence, fmr. Ambassador to the Negotiation on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe in Vienna, 1989--1991; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1977--1979; Chairman of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies

    The Islamic Republic of Iran now looms large as one of the greatest threats to the National Security of the United States. From the current status of its nuclear weapons program, to its policy of expansionism in Latin America, to its mur...
  • Mario Loyola: Our Options in Iran & Syria
    Mario Loyola speaks at the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group Lunch on Capitol Hill in Washington.
  • Jim Woolsey: Future Security Challenges and Oil Dependence
    Former CIA Director James Woolsey addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Lunch on Capitol Hill regarding the Iranian nuclear threat, the Egyptian revolution, energy independence and security threats in 2012.
  • Amb. John Bolton: Iran, Defense Cuts, and 2012 security outlook
    Ambassador John Bolton addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Lunch on Capitol Hill regarding the Iranian nuclear threat, draconian cuts to national defense, North Korea, and other national security subjects.
  • Caroline Glick: Stopping Iran
    Caroline Glick addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group on Capitol Hill. She discussed the possibility of an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear weapons installations.
  • Michael Rubin: U.S. and Iran after the DC plot
    Michael Rubin, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute spoke about the future of U.S. policy towards Iran at the National Security Lunch on Capitol Hill.
  • Claudia Rosett: The North Korea - Iran Axis
    Forbes columnist Claudia Rosett, journalist-in-residence at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group on Capitol Hill. She discussed the nexus between North Korea and Iran, and their partnership in military technology and other anti-American pursuits.
  • Rep. Trent Franks: Electromagnetic Pulse, Iran & America's Vulnerability
    Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) addresses the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group on Capitol hill on the subject of EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse). Mr. Franks is a longtime friend of the Center and the founder of the EMP Caucus in the House of Representatives.
  • Frank Gaffney: The Iranian Threat
  • Clare Lopez: 'Iranium' & the Iranian Threat
    Last night, free speech suffered a setback in Ottawa, Canada and tyranny notched a win. The Free Thinking Film Society had scheduled a screening of the new Clarion Fund film, "Iranium," this evening at the Library and Archives of Canada in downtown Ottawa, the Canadian capital. The film is a documentary featuring a slate of Iran experts discussing the threat of the Iranian nuclear weapons program. Unfortunately, all it took was the reported telephone threat of protests from the local Iranian...
  • Jamie Fly: Our Options with Iran
    Jamie Fly is the former Director for Counterproliferation Strategy at the National Security Council. He is the Executive Director of the  Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) in Washington. He addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group on Capitol Hill on the topic of American policy options in regards to Iran.
  • Caroline Glick: Iran & Israel, After the Bomb
    The Center for Security Policy's Senior Middle East Fellow Caroline Glick recently spoke on the subject of Iran at Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah Synagogue in Baltimore, MD. She offered a very sober assessment of the Obama administration's policy of appeasement toward the Mullahs-- and what happens next.
  • Caroline Glick: Iran & Obama 'bringing Israel to heel'
    Center for Security Policy Sr. Middle East Fellow Caroline Glick gives an update on the situation in the Middle East.
  • Walid Phares: Elections in Lebanon & Iran
    Dr. Walid Phares is the author of several books-- including Future Jihad-- and a fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He is a frequent contributor to programs on television and radio as an analyst. Here he addressed the Center for Security Policy's National Security Lunch on Capitol Hill.
  • Amir Fakhravar: Obama's disgraceful silence on Iran
    Amir Fakhravar is an Iranian dissident, writer, and the Secretary General of the Confederation of Iranian Students in Washington, DC. Before coming to the US in 2006, Amir was jailed in Iran for his pro-democracy activities. Read Phil Klein's interview at http://spectator.org/archives/2009/06/19/silence-isnt-golden and Amir's blog at http://fakhravar.com/ Here he addresses the Center for Security Policy's National Security Lunch meeting on the situation in Iran.
  • Gabriel Scheinmann: The Regional Ramifications of an Iranian Nuclear Accord
    Recorded at Center for Security Policy's National Security Group Lunch on Capitol Hill on Thursday, April 16, 2015.

    Gabriel Scheinmann, Director of Policy, Jewish Policy Center

    Topic: Looking Ahead to June 30th: The Regional Ramifications of an Iranian Nuclear Accord