Above: President John Lenczowksi, Dean Charles Smith, and Nancy Berthold at Commencement
Photo by Thomas Zeeb
Forensics, counterintelligence, and the IWP experience: In the words of certificate alumna Nancy Berthold
"As IWP students realize, the history of intelligence and counterintelligence is riddled by forgeries and deceptions, which were often accepted at face value by policymakers, thus, affecting historical outcomes. This still astounds me as a certified questioned document examiner. The US Government has some world-class examiners but, if no one questions a document in the first place, dire incidents can occur."
Donor Spotlight: Meet Tidal McCoy
Tidal McCoy has supported IWP almost since its inception. Having spent 25 years in the national security field, he understands the importance of an excellent education for professionals in this field.
Mr. McCoy observes, "For all the national security policy I was involved in [shaping] later [under] Reagan and that I was implementing in the Pentagon, the bottom line is that you have to have officers who are well-trained, relatively well-paid, respected by the American people, and prepared to make a sacrifice for their country... This is also true for junior intelligence officers, collectors, and analysts."
Professors and Fellows
Dr. Pilon meets with Czech President
Dr. Chodakiewicz publishes article on the geopolitics of the Intermarium
"The Complexity Trap," co-authored by Prof. Sebastian Gorka
"Polish air crash: Crime without punishment?" by Prof. Gene Poteat
Visiting fellow David Archibald discusses oil production in Saudi Arabia and Russia
IWP adjunct professor and descendant of Lincoln ally participates in wreath-laying ceremony
David P. Goldman describes influence of Prof. Norman Bailey
"Poverty will breed chaos in Egypt," by Prof. Norman A. Bailey
IWP visiting fellow David Archibald discusses the carbon tax in Australia
Students and Alumni
IWP alumnus Jim Dolbow publishes The Coast Guardsman's Manual, 10th Edition
IWP student interviews Paraguayan President Federico Franco
IWP alumnus Larry Cosgriff discusses an alternative piracy defense
Former student Bill Russell writes article on "Poland: This Time, The President Should Apologize"
Learn more about IWP PASS:PORT, a new opportunity for US government national security professionals to jump-start their strategic thinking, advance their careers, and more effectively shape their actions in defense of the Nation.
Upcoming Events at IWP
Thursday, August 2
Intercultural and Interfaith Dialogue in the Balkans
Thursday, September 27
The Precipice of Nuclear Annihilation: Through the Eyes of the Cuban Missile Crisis - 50 Years Later
Friday, October 5
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