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More Praise for ARI Book Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism

Blog Elan Journo | Dec 2016

Carol Gould, the author and commentator, has praised Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism for reaching “the highest level of scholarly excellence.” The book, she continued, “should be a primer for leaders around the globe and a text to be read by students hoping to go out into the working world in leadership positions. Highly recommended.”


Elan Journo on The Federalist Radio Hour: Fighting Islamic Totalitarianism [Audio]

PodCast The Editors | Sep 2016

What is ARI’s distinct view on foreign policy? Does the U.S. suffer from a “self-esteem” problem? What is the nature of the threat of Islamic totalitarianism? Is Iraq a “military failure”? What does rational egoism look like in foreign policy? Should the U.S. be the world’s policeman? These are some of the questions that Elan Journo covers during his interview on The Federalist Radio Hour.


New ARI Book: Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism

Blog The Editors | Sep 2016

On the eve of the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, ARI announces the publication of a new book Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism: From George W. Bush to Barack Obama and Beyond. Today, Islamic totalitarianism is still a threat: why? In this timely book, Onkar Ghate and Elan Journo present an incisive answer: our culture’s prevailing ideas about morality subvert foreign-policy thinking and cripple our military action.


Understanding Islamic Totalitarianism: Elan Journo on Secure Freedom Radio

Blog The Editors | Sep 2016

Elan Journo, ARI Director of Policy Research, was recently interviewed on Secure Freedom Radio about his and Onkar Ghate’s new book Failing to Confront Islamic Totalitarianism: From George W. Bush to Barak Obama and Beyond. In the interview, Elan discusses the enemy’s ideological and totalitarian nature and whether we are any safer today than fifteen years ago.


Arming You in the Intellectual Battle against Islamic Totalitarianism

Blog Steve Simpson | Jan 2015

The attack on Charlie Hebdo reminds us that Islamic terrorism remains a very dangerous phenomenon in the world. The reaction to the attack, and particularly the expressions of support for freedom of speech, are cause for some hope, but attitudes about Islamist doctrine and the terrorism it spawns still range from dangerously naïve to frighteningly sympathetic.


Defending Free Speech: Islamic Totalitarianism vs. Free Speech

Blog The Editors | Jul 2016

Ever since Ayatollah Khomeini’s fatwa against Salman Rushdie in 1989, Islamic totalitarians have been threatening and killing “offensive” “blasphemers” for the “crime” of exercising their right to free speech. But instead of standing up for and protecting the individual’s right to free speech, our leaders and intellectuals have been busy appeasing those who demand religion-based censorship and blaming the victims for being too provocative.