Key military intelligence leader speaks at IWP
On Friday, February 18, 2011, Major General Michael T. Flynn, who has been nominated for Assistant Deputy National Intelligence (DNI), and recently served as Chief, CJ2, International Security Assistance Force and CJ2, United States Forces - Afghanistan, gave a report to IWP students, faculty, and friends on Afghanistan and Pakistan.
William J. Flynn invests in our nation's future leaders
"The more IWP grows, the better our country's statecraft is going to be."
William J. Flynn has a passion for international affairs - and he has made numerous investments of time and financial support in this area.
Meet IWP Student Amanda Caligiuri
"I'm glad I found this school."
Amanda Caligiuri is much more than a traditional graduate student. It's true that she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Statecraft and National Security Affairs at The Institute of World Politics, but she is simultaneously launching her career as a national security professional. Her work both inside and outside the classroom marks her as a talented, ambitious young scholar and professional with a promising future.
Professor Kelley shares "the story behind the story" of the Hanssen spy case
On Friday, February 25, 2011, IWP Professor Brian Kelley, a retired CIA officer who knew and worked with the infamous spy Robert Hanssen, shared with IWP students, faculty, and friends the "story behind the story" of the investigation of this traitor. The event's attendees represented almost every organization involved in the intelligence business in this country.
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