James George Jatras

James George Jatras, an attorney in Washington, D.C., was formerly a policy analyst with the Republican leadership of the U.S. Senate. A version of this article was delivered as a speech at a conference on terrorism held in Belgrade in May and cosponsored by The Rockford Institute’s Center for International Affairs.

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  • October 2005

    Grasping the Inexplicable

    The U.S. government has a new official program called “Orthodox Christian World Outreach.” Tens of millions of dollars will be spent to counter distrustful perceptions of the United States in Orthodox countries such as Serbia, Greece, and Russia—perceptions resulting, in part, from our policies with respect to Bosnia and Kosovo.

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  • Is There a <em>Khilafah</em> in Your Future?
    February 2005

    Is There a Khilafah in Your Future?

    Discussions of jihad terrorism and the best defense against it rarely avoid entanglement in the contentious question of the relationship of terrorist actions to Islam as a religion.

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  • October 2001

    Oriental Fumin'

    It was not what we have come to expectwhen John Paul II arrives in a Christian country—or in any country, for that matter.

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  • Feeling Like Russians Again
    April 1999

    Feeling Like Russians Again

    "The status of the American Negro is that of an oppressed national minority, and only a Soviet system can solve the question of such minorities," William Z. Foster, long-time chairman of the Communist Party, U.S.A., wrote in his 1932 book, Toward Soviet America.

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  • Insurgent Islam and American Collaboration
    February 1999

    Insurgent Islam and American Collaboration

    The cultural schism between the Western and Eastern halves of European Christian civilization—marked principally by their respective religious traditions, Roman Catholic and Protestant in the West and Orthodox in the East, may or may not prove fatal.

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  • Rainbow Fascism at Home and Abroad
    June 1998

    Rainbow Fascism at Home and Abroad

    Some years ago, when I was a consular officer in the once-notorious border city of Tijuana, I spent a few days in Mexico City on my way back from a temporary assignment in Matamoros, another border town just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas.

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  • Benevolent Global Hegemony
    June 1997

    Benevolent Global Hegemony

    Every once in a great while, an article appears in a mainstream publication that lets the eat out of the bag, by spelling out ideas that have long been dominant in public life but are usually seen only in vague or implicit form.

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  • February 1997

    Pravoslavophobia

    One of the shibboleths of contemporary Western thought is multiculturalism: an exaggerated, if condescending, affirmation of the worth of other races and nations, religions and cultures.

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