IWP launches Frontiers, a training program in strategy and statecraft
The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce a new cutting-edge training initiative entitled Frontiers: Program in American Strategy and Statecraft.
Frontiers is an intensive ten-week program of luncheon meetings featuring panel speakers from IWP's faculty and other leading experts. It is designed to follow a sequence of sessions whereby an element of statecraft that is particularly timely is followed by a case study session in which that instrument is illustrated.
"Frontiers offers senior practitioners the chance to reflect on the lessons of their own professional experience in an academic environment informed by scholar-practitioners who make it their business to illuminate such lessons," comments John Lenczowski, founder and president of the Institute.
William Nolte discusses counterintelligence at second Brian Kelley Memorial Lecture
On February 7, 2014, William M. Nolte, Former Director of Education and Training at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, discussed "Counterintelligence after Snowden" at The Institute of World Politics. This lecture was the second annual Brian Kelley Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the Alumni Association and Student Government Association at The Institute of World Politics.
Please click here for a video of this lecture on C-SPAN.
Please click here for the text of the lecture.
Students and Alumni
Student Marcio Coimbra to write for Brasil Post
Meet the Active Measures editorial board
Alumni Association briefs students on networking
Ukraine in Dire Straits, by IWP alumnus Vilen Khlgatyan
Photo above: New students at a lunch with John Lenczowski.
Faculty and Fellows
U.S. military is playing catch-up in digital media war, says Prof. James Carafano
Is there such a thing as a perfect foreign policy?, by John Lenczowski
Investing in Cuba: Dr. Chodakiewicz cited
Amir Fakhravar to discuss Iranian constitutional reform
Sochi Marks the Return of Soviet-Style Megaprojects, by Prof. Paul Goble
Dr. Chodakiewicz on Russia's banning of David Satter
Could the Islamic winds be shifting?, by Prof. Norman Bailey
China may be going down the old Soviet path to disintegration, by John Lenczowski
Dr. Chodakiewicz reviews book on Belarusian nationalism
VIDEO: Michael Allen discusses Blinking Red: Crisis and Compromise in American Intelligence after 9/11
VIDEO: COL Larry Wortzel discusses contemporary Chinese military strategy
Experts from government and industry discuss cybersecurity at IWP