IWP welcomes new Executive Vice President Douglas C. Mills
The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce the hiring of a new Executive Vice President, Douglas C. Mills. "We are thrilled that Doug Mills has joined our team", said Dr. John Lenczowski, President and Founder. "IWP is undergoing substantial growth to meet the leadership needs of America's national security institutions. Doug brings a wealth of experience in administration, financial management, and institutional advancement which will be instrumental to our success. He has a distinguished career, having contributed to the strategic growth and objectives of several organizations."
Future Intel Officer: Joe Humphrey, Class of 2013
IWP student Joe Humphrey found that some of the concepts the classes he had started taking at IWP were helpful at his internship at the Senate Republican Policy Committee, especially when he became involved in the approval process of Michael McFaul for the post of the U.S. ambassador to Russia.
IWP welcomes Dr. Sebastian Gorka to the faculty
IWP is pleased to welcome Dr. Sebastian Gorka as a new adjunct faculty member this spring. Dr. Gorka, a longtime friend and former guest lecturer at the Institute, is teaching a new class entitled "Al-Qaeda's Enemy Threat Doctrine" this semester.
IWP offers new course on The Geopolitics of the Iranian Plateau and South Asia
This course, taught by Professor Douglas E. Streusand, covers the most critical and dynamic region in the contemporary world. It analyzes three states that pose major policy challenges for the United States: Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, and one rising power that will have a central role in world affairs for the next century and beyond, India.
Message from the Student Governing Council
"We, the student body of the Institute of World Politics, in order best to promote the interests and opinions of the student body on all matters that affect our lives, academically and professionally, to promote projects beneficial to the students, and to consider matters of policy and implementation, do hereby establish the Student Government Association."
Wikistrat names Professor Waller as senior analyst
IWP president meets with anti-Taliban Afghan tribal leaders
Gen. Jajko discusses Poland's strategic situation
Dr. Pilon reviews Behemoth: Main Currents in the History and Theory of Political Sociology
Prof. Chodakiewicz elaborates on the genocidal character of the Katyn Massacre
"Après moi, le déluge," a reflection on tyranny and sovereignty in light of the Arab Spring, by Juliana Pilon
IWP president meets with the Khan of Kalat
Also of Note
IWP research fellow Amir Fakhravar meets with members of parliament and opinion makers in Israel
IWP hosts book event for The Road to 1559: Lebanon at the Core of the George W. Bush Administration
C-SPAN posts video of Pakistan Cauldron book lecture
Pakistan Link features CCS advisory board member Amb. Akbar Ahmed
Above: Douglas C. Mills, IWP Executive Vice President
Above: IWP student Joe Humphrey
Wednesday, February 8
Intermarium: The Majorities and the Minorities
Wednesday, February 22
Kosciuszko Chair Spring Symposium
Saturday, April 14
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