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Don't take North Korea as laughing matter

By Matthew Daniels

Publication Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017

With the recent death of American student Otto Warmbier, the world is desperately trying to beat an oppressive North Korean regime with dismissive laughter and mockery, and the occasional Dennis Rodman visit.  {read more}

The IWP Internship Experience: Jake Kucharski

Publication Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017

The internship that IWP provides is an incredibly unique learning experience that provides interns with vast opportunities to expand their knowledge of statecraft, robustly enhance their research skills, and gain valuable insight into the everyday workings of an office.  {read more}

Two IWP professors to speak on communicating with policymakers

By Cole Speidel

Publication Date: Monday, July 24, 2017

On 12 September 2017, IWP professors Joshua Muravchik and David Glancy will participate in the Political Studies Association (PSA) Politics and Policy in Southeast Asia Specialist Group's event entitled "Bridging the Gaps: Informing Policy-Makers -- Engaging with a Non-Academic Audience."  {read more}

IWP faculty and alumni contribute to Guide to the Study of Intelligence

By Pryce Albury

Publication Date: Friday, July 21, 2017

Several IWP alumni and faculty members contributed to the Association of Former Intelligence Officers' Guide to the Study of Intelligence,which was designed and written with the goal in mind of helping instructors teach about the field of intelligence.   {read more}

IWP launches National Security Leadership Challenge

Publication Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017

This summer IWP has launched a fundraising challenge – The National Security Leadership Challenge – which aims to fulfill a critical part of the school’s five-year Strategic Plan goal of increasing enrollment from 125 to 250.   {read more}