Publications by John Lenczowski

Part of America’s greatness is our appreciation of our veterans, says John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Monday, November 11, 2013

America has sent so many of its best sons and daughters and to put themselves in harm's way to fight for our vital interests and for the cause of freedom in the world.   {read more}

Our defense posture is weak, and not just because of the sequester

Publication Date: Thursday, October 31, 2013

As we witness almost daily the deteriorating security situation in Iraq, where with sickening regularity, we learn reports of another 60 innocent people being killed by terrorist bombings, one is prompted to reflect about how our government establishes its priorities for the defense of our country.  Although the news from Afghanistan is not as disturbing, the prospect of American withdrawal and the continuation of civil war within that wretched country makes such reflection even more necessary.    {read more}

WSJ: William Clark, Freedom Fighter - A eulogy by John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2013

When William P. Clark died on Saturday at age 81, his family and colleagues mourned his passing-and recognized that the world had lost one of its greatest champions of freedom.  {read more}

Letter from the President

Publication Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

This past month, we have seen a national election in our own country, an ongoing crisis in the East China Sea, the conflict between Israel and Gaza, unfolding information about the murder of a U.S. ambassador, and scandal in our own national security community.  Our nation continues to face many challenges from abroad, few of which are easy to address.   {read more}

Reciprocity in U.S.-China Visa Policy

Testimony before the Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement, Judiciary Committee, U.S. House of Representatives, June 20, 2012

Publication Date: Friday, June 22, 2012

On June 20, 2012, IWP founder and president John Lenczowski testified before the House Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement on legislation calling for reciprocity in US-Chinese media visas.    {read more}

Foreword for Active Measures

Publication Date: Thursday, May 24, 2012

I am delighted to introduce the maiden issue of The Institute of World Politics' new student journal - Active Measures.  This journal is named after an expression from the lexicon of the former Soviet KGB, which refers to disinformation, forgeries, and covert political influence operations.  This expression is symbolic of an entire field of statecraft which is but one of those neglected fields which we at IWP have been dedicated to addressing.  {read more}

Letter from the President

Publication Date: Monday, April 2, 2012

The economic slowdown in the United States has serious implications for our ability to maintain our national security.  Just as it was in the 1930s and 1970s, with depression in the first case and stagflation in the second, our economic condition has national strategic implications.    {read more}

Dr. Lenczowski comments on VOA programming in China

Publication Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011

In a recent Washington Times piece, Dr. Lenczowski commented on the recent controversy over whether to end Voice of America programming in China.    {read more}

Peace and Security: The Highest Policy Priorities

The American Statesman

Publication Date: Fall 2003

If the proposition is true that society depends on peace and security, then it follows that learning, analysis, advocacy and debate on matters of this vital field ought to be priorities of all citizens, corporations, and foundations concerned about the future of our country.  {read more}

Failures of U.S. Intelligence: Americans Must Become Better Spies

The Transatlantic Response to Terrorism Special Report

Publication Date: Fall 2001

There is a growing danger that the two most important global "ships," the United States and the European Union, might pass each other in the night. As evidenced by President George W. Bush's two summer tours of Europe, and the media frenzies that preceded them, the sources of contention between the two world powers are numerous, and seemingly growing. At the heart of many of these disputes is the failure or unwillingness of one side to fully understand where the other side is coming from. If there is a positive result emanating from the tragic events of September 11, it may be that it presents a golden opportunity for the United States and the EU to work together on an issue of mutual concern: global terrorism. That will involve a significant new effort.  {read more}

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