When is the total more than the sum of its parts? When military officers and grad students get together.
For the second year in a row, IWP has welcomed an Army Senior Fellow into its academic program. COL Gregory Gadson, 2009-10 Army Senior Fellow, brings his own unique expertise and experience to share with IWP students, faculty, alumni, and friends.
Amb. Louise Oliver speaks about her experiences at UNESCO at IWP
In the first of a series of lectures at IWP on multilateral organizations, Ambassador Louise Oliver discussed her experiences as the official U.S. representative to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization on Tuesday, February 2, 2010.
Norwegian DCM speaks at IWP
On January 19th, Norway's Deputy Chief of Mission to the U.S., Johan Christopher Vibe, spoke at IWP on "The Use of Engagement, Mediation, and Dialogue as Diplomatic Tools."
IWP welcomes largest intern class in its history
This spring, The Institute of World Politics has welcomed seventeen interns to participate in the academic life of the Institute, conduct research, and help with administrative tasks. Please click here to meet the IWP intern class of 2010.
Amb. Melady comments on the future of Haiti
Amb. Melady, who is also author of Development: Lessons for the Future, offers observations on the future of the Haiti and potential plans for economic development after the recovery from the recent earthquakes.
IWP Student Irene Karedis: Graphic designer with a future in international affairs
Dr. John Lenczowski didn't necessarily have entrepreneurship in mind when he founded IWP, but apparently he succeeded in the case of one student. After Irene Karedis attended Dr. Waller's Public Diplomacy and Political Warfare class, was so inspired by the power of communicating through images, that she founded her own graphic design company.
Chodakiewicz writes about Agent Bolek in the Intelligencer
In this article, IWP Professor Marek Chodakiewicz explores Lech Walesa's involvement with the Communist secret police. Please click here to view the article.
Professor marks teaching influence ops to 3,000 Army officers
COLORADO SPRINGS – Sitting among the officers of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team of the US Army’s 4th Infantry Division, IWP Professor J Michael Waller marked teaching the three thousandth Army officer about influence operations.
IWP Professor Stephans speaks at Smithsonian
IWP Adjunct Professor Robert Stephan spoke about Soviet counterintelligence against the Wermacht in a lecture which was a part of the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program. Among other topics, he discussed the impact of Soviet tactical and strategic counterintelligence on the Eastern Front.