The Center appreciates the value of book-length publications in developing support for the national security policies it advocates. The first of these was War Footing: Ten Steps America Must Take to Prevail in the War for the Free World, published by the U.S. Naval Institute Press in 2005. It provided a detailed, action-oriented game-plan drawn from the Center’s agenda for understanding the threats we face-and how they can be defeated.
The Center for Security Policy Press, founded in 2009, has published several books, including the quarterly series, National Security Policy Proceedings (now in its sixth issue). Other titles include: Dangerous Road: The Nuclear Polices of the Obama Administration; Towards A New Deterrent; World At Risk: The View From New York; the bestseller Shariah: The Threat to Americaj Homegrown Defense: Biofuels and National Security; Malign Neglect: Misguided U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America; David Littman’s Arab Theologians on Jews and Israel; and Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech by Brooke Goldstein and Aaron Eitan Meyer.
Shariah: The Threat to America
The Center's best-selling report by 19 top national security professionals has been called, "the fullest articulation of the shariah threat." With former CIA Jim Woolsey, former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Lt. Gen. Harry “Ed” Soyster, former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Lt. Gen. William G. “Jerry” Boykin, Andrew C. McCarthy and many others.
Shariah in American Courts
For a decade, a stream of credible scientific reports from various government agencies, congressionally-mandated commissions and research organizations have warned of the vulnerability of our nation’s electric power grid. The protracted unavailability of the power required for all of our critical infrastructures poses a truly existential threat to our country and its people.
Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of the Electric Grid, But Refuses to Fix
GOP activist and Washington lobbyist Grover Norquist has long maintained relationships with a bevy of individuals with strong ties to the Muslim Brotherhood– including jailed al-Qaeda and Brotherhood member Alamoudi and onetime head of Palestinian Islamic Jihad al-Arian. This book outlines these subversive operations and those who enable them.
Agent of Influence: Grover Norquist and the Assault on the Right - Targeting the NRA
The Explanatory Memorandum constitutes a Rosetta stone for the Muslim Brotherhood, its goals, modus operandi and infrastructure in America. It is arguably the single most important vehicle for understanding a secretive organization and should, therefore, be considered required reading for policy-makers and the public, alike.
An Explanatory Memorandum: From the Archives of the Muslim Brotherhood in America
Written by former Defense Department IG Joseph Schmitz, this book shows how the US Government’s internal “watchdogs” do their jobs, and how this little-known “check and balance” system is essential to good governance – when it is properly staffed and employed.
The Inspector General Handbook
Brooke Goldstein and Aaron Eitan Meyer expose the effort to censor anyone who speaks or writes about militant Islam, terrorism and their sources of financing. The book is a first of its kind and intended to help reporters write about national security issues, by outlining the legal framework within which they are entitled to operate.
Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech
David Littman's 1971 classic, reprinted by the Center in 2011, contains virulently antisemitic and anti-Israel speeches by mainstream Islamist leaders from the Fourth Conference of the Academy of Islamic Research in 1968, which was convened in Cairo to discuss the fundamentals of the Middle East conflict.
Arab Theologians on Jews and Israel
Proceedings of the Second Annual Capitol Hill National Security Briefing on Latin America, focused on current challenges to democracy, human rights and regional stability in the context of threats to U.S. national security.
Malign Neglect: Misguided US Foreign Policy in Latin America
A critical assessment of Obama's nuclear agenda. With Ted Bromund, Lisa Curtis, Paula DeSutter, Frank Gaffney, Peter Huessy, Bruce Klingner, Walter Lohman, "Ace" Lyons, Robert Monroe, Stephen Rademaker, Tom Scheber, Baker Spring, Rep. Mike Turner and Amb. Kurt Volker.
Dangerous Road: The Nuclear Policies of the Obama Administration
A collection of pieces on the nexus between energy and security: America's dependence on foreign supplies of oil. With Frank Gaffney, Gal Luft, Robert Zubrin, Wesley Clark, Burl Haigwood and Greg Dolan.
Homegrown Defense: Biofuels & National Security
The inaugural volume of the Center for Security Policy's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Douglas Feith, David Satter, Walid Phares, Allen West and Paul Rosenzwieg. Book reviews by Gordon Chang, Paula DeSutter, Robert Reilly and Christine Brim.
National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 1: Spring 2010
The second volume of the Center for Security Policy's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Lee Smith, Matthew RJ Brodsky, James Danly, Joshua London, Mackenzie Eaglen and Baker Spring, and Jon Perdue.
National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 2: Summer 2010
The third volume of the Center's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Gen. Michael Hayden, Ted Bromund, Eric Sterner, Amb. Otto Reich, Michael Rubin, Mark Groombridge, and Jeff Smith. With book reviews by Michelle Van Cleave, Christopher Ford, John Noonan and Jonathan Schanzer.
National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 3: Fall 2010
The fourth volume of the Center for Security Policy's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Tevi Troy, Tom Donnelly, Peter Pry, Peter Brookes, Lisa Curtis, and David J. Trachtenberg. It contains book reviews by Samara Greenberg, Kyle Shideler, and Christopher Holton.
National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 4: Winter 2010
The fifth volume of the Center for Security Policy's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Jeff Kueter, Michelle Van Cleave, Mackenzie Eaglen, Ted Bromund, Mark Groombridge, David Satter, and Sarah Stern. It contains book reviews by Gordon Chang, Clare Lopez and Tom Blau.
National Security Policy Proceedings, vol. 5: Spring 2011
The sixth and final volume of the Center for Security Policy's National Security Policy Proceedings includes transcripts of remarks by Jack Spencer, Ambassador Roger Noriega, and Michael Braun. It also contains a book review by Samara Greenberg.
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