America's Enemies is a program directed by former Republican Senator Rick Santorum and hosted by the Washington, D.C. think tank, the Ethics and Public Policy Center. The program, EPPC states, is to "identify, study, and heighten awareness of the threats to America and the West from a growing array of anti-Western forces and states that increasingly cast a shadow over our future and that violate religious liberty around the world." 
In a media release announcing his role with the project, Santorum stated "in these perilous and uncertain times, I believe it is critical that we define the threats that confront America ... Without a clear definition and precise understanding of our enemies we cannot fight effectively and our own citizens become divided. It is my hope that the America's Enemies program at EPPC will help the American people -- including our leaders -- understand and communicate with clarity, honesty, and consistency the enemies we face and the complex and enormous threat that they pose to our lives and the freedoms we all enjoy." 
Melissa Anderson, a former member of Santorum's Senate staff, will be associate director of America’s Enemies.
- Ethics and Public Policy Center, "Rick Santorum Joins Ethics and Public Policy Center, Establishes Program on America's Enemies", Media Release, January 9, 2007.
- "Santorum's gets new job with think tank", Pittsburg Tribune-Review, January 9, 2007.
- John J. Miller, "Rick’s Return: Life after the Senate for Santorum", NRO Online, January 9, 2007.
- "Santorum Lands a Job with Think Tank", New York Times, January 10, 2007. (This is based on material from Congressional Quarterly).
- Bill Berkowitz, "Santorum leads ousted Republicans' move back to conservative philanthropy supported think tanks: At ironically named 'Ethics and Public Policy Center' former senator will track 'America's Enemies'", Media Transparency, January 11, 2007.