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15 new students matriculate at IWP in spring 2015 semester

Publication Date: Monday, January 26, 2015

For the spring 2015 semester, The Institute of World Politics was pleased to welcome fifteen new students into its programs. As a specialized independent graduate school of national security and international affairs, IWP boasts an intimate and collegial atmosphere that is aided by its small classes and 13:1 student to faculty ratio.  {read more}

Former Director of Naval Intelligence RADM Thomas Brooks discusses HUMINT at IWP

Publication Date: Monday, January 26, 2015

Rear Admiral Thomas A. Brooks, United States Navy (retired) gave a lecture on “HUMINT: Myths and Reality” to a group of IWP students, alumni, fellows, and interns on January 23, 2015.   {read more}

Stephen Ladek discusses careers in humanitarian aid and development at IWP

Publication Date: Monday, January 26, 2015

On Thursday, January 22, Stephen Ladek of and International Solutions Group gave a lecture entitled "Making It: 7 things you must do to claim your spot as a development/aid professional" at IWP in an event sponsored by IWP Career Services.  {read more}

Europe's decline looks unstoppable

European countries have lost not only economic momentum, but also self-belief.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Friday, January 23, 2015

The recent terrorist attacks in Paris are the latest manifestation of one aspect of the remarkably rapid decline of Europe in recent years. After decades of increasing unity, peace and prosperity.  {read more}

Hungary at Home

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: Friday, January 23, 2015

According to his admirers, Prime Minister Orban's third achievement is to restore and rehabilitate Hungary's past, including its pre-war and war-time leader, Regent Admiral Miklos Horthy. It was Horthy who rushed troops and armored vehicles to the streets to halt Jewish deportations, one of the very few times in Nazi-occupied Europe when anyone took up arms in defense of the Jews.  {read more}