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Panel discusses “Digital Soft Power: The Frontline of Defense in the War Against Extremism” at IWP

By Greg Willey

Publication Date: Friday, October 31, 2014

On Wednesday, October 29, The Institute of World Politics hosted several extraordinary public service leaders as panelists for an event on the topic of "Digital Soft Power: The Frontline of Defense in the War Against Extremism."   {read more}

Return Our Churches: Murder, Theft and Denial

By Tania Mastrapa

Publication Date: Friday, October 31, 2014

Property restitution is an indispensable step to right the wrongs of the past and, thus, to legitimize one's system as free and just; hence a democracy.  {read more}

TRADOC Pamphlet quotes General Jajko on strategic surprise

By Greg Willey

Publication Date: Thursday, October 30, 2014

The late Brigadier General Walter Jajko, a longtime IWP professor, was recently quoted in the United States Army's Training and Doctrine Command Pamphlet (TRADOC) (p. 40), which is an official military publication that seeks to inform and guide U.S. soldiers and civilians on strategic operating policies and procedures.  {read more}

Prof. Ray Batvinis speaks about a burglary of the FBI on a Spy Museum panel

By Zoila Terrones and Haley Ashcom

Publication Date: Thursday, October 30, 2014

On October 27, IWP professor Dr. Raymond J. Batvinis was a panelist in an event co-sponsored by the International Spy Museum and The Institute of World Politics entitled "Breaking Good? The Burglary that Exposed the FBI's Secret Surveillance Program."  {read more}

Turkey in Tatters: Foreign and Domestic

By Vilen Khlgatyan

Publication Date: Thursday, October 30, 2014

The regime in Ankara has been a poor ally of the West since the Erdogan-led Justice and Development Party (AKP) took power in 2002.   {read more}