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Keeping track of children, pets—and Government vehicles: The story of an IWP entrepreneur

Publication Date: Friday, February 17, 2017

A school for national security and international affairs, IWP has several alumni who are entrepreneurs - among them Olivia Goldstein of RepHike, Hampton Stephens of World Politics Review, and Robert Turner of PEGASAT.  {read more}

Trump’s Russia Policy After Flynn

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: Friday, February 17, 2017

Chances are that the approach of the White House to the Kremlin will continue on course. Its objectives are to encourage the Russians to engage even deeper in the Middle East and to disengage at least some in eastern Europe, so the US can scale down its involvement there and shift its strategic weight to contain China.  {read more}

Dr. Lenczowski offers insights on information warfare at the Heritage Foundation

By Nicole Pope

Publication Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Last Monday, February 13, Dr. John Lenczowski, founder and president of the IWP, shared his thoughts on information warfare as a panelist at the Heritage Foundation.  The event was entitled "iWar: Waging Warfare in the Information Age."   {read more}

Dr. Owens to speak on US civil-military relations at Texas A&M

By Merwan Mokhtari

Publication Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Dr. Mackubin Owens, Dean of Academics at IWP and editor of Orbis, the journal of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, will be speaking at a panel on the topic of civilian control of the military at Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government and Public Service on Friday, February 17.  {read more}

Digital Doublespeak on Privacy

By Matthew Daniels

Publication Date: Monday, February 13, 2017

"Privacy Policy" is one of the great oxymorons of the Digital Age. The term also speaks volumes about how the current corporate paradigm of data collection hides behind digital doublespeak.  {read more}