IWP mourns the passing of longtime supporter Donald E. Bently
"Thank you for everything, Don. You have been a great blessing to our cause, and you have touched so many lives."
-John Lenczowski, IWP President
IWP's language classes to be offered again in the spring
Language classes at IWP differ from those offered at many other institutions because they are designed specifically for those pursuing a degree in international relations, and are tailored to the individual needs of students. In addition to learning to read, write, and converse in the language, students learn specific vocabulary that is necessary for their research. Emphasis is placed on political, economic, diplomatic, and military vocabulary. The classes also help students understand the mass media in the languages they are learning.
IWP student Kyle Ford promoted to the rank of Major
On October 25 a group of family members, friends, students, faculty, and staff gathered at the Institute to celebrate the promotion of IWP student Kyle Ford to the rank of Major in the US Army. MAJ Ford is attending IWP as part of his Army training and education in basic strategic arts; he plans to complete his M.A. in 2013.
Students and alumni
IWP Alumni Association holds annual elections
IWP alumnus comments on the final Presidential debate
IWP students volunteer with The Mission Continues
Professors and fellows
Dr. Chodakiewicz publishes new book on the Intermarium
Prof. Joseph Wood discusses "Natural Law and the Present Turmoil"
Research Fellow Amir Fakhravar discusses the Non-Aligned Summit
Prof. Mastrapa on Cuba: 52 years of the same communist behavior
"A clearer Middle East picture" by Prof. Norman Bailey
"A neglected front" by Prof. Norman Bailey
Prof. Chodakiewicz interviewed on foreign policy and the Middle East
"The hero who voluntarily infiltrated Auschwitz" by Prof. Chodakiewicz
Lectures at IWP
IWP hosts book event for Backwards in High Heels with author Dr. Thomas J. Carty and Ambassador Faith Whittlesey
Dr. John Fonte discusses Philadelphian Sovereignty and American Foreign Policy
US-Vatican relations in the Cold War and Iraq discussed at IWP symposium
Paul Michael Wihbey discusses "Turkey, the Eastern Mediterranean, and US Security Interests: New Dynamics in the Middle East's Balance of Energy Power"
The Precipice of Nuclear Annihilation: Through the Eyes of the Cuban Missile Crisis - 50 Years Later
Count Aleksander Pruszynski discusses the fate of Belarus
Also of note
IWP mourns the passing of Dr. John Silber, President Emeritus of Boston University
Above: The late Donald E. Bently, longtime IWP supporter
Intermarium: The Land between the Black and Baltic Seas is a ground-breaking new study on Central and Eastern Europe by Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz.
Open House for Prospective Students
Friday, November 2
Fifth Annual Kosciuszko Chair Lecture
Saturday, November 3
Is Russia a Major Threat to America?
Thursday, November 8
Military Strategy and China Today
Tuesday, November 13
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