Domestic security threats to be the focus of Frontiers this autumn

August 25, 2014  |  PRESS RELEASES

Statue of Liberty 444x718This fall, IWP's professional development program Frontiers will cover threats to U.S. national security such as border security and immigration, human trafficking, narco trafficking, terrorist financing, cyber security, transportation security and threats from Latin America.

The program, whose full title is "Frontiers: Program in American Strategy and Statecraft," involves ten luncheon sessions in which members of the national security, foreign affairs, and business communities have off-the-record discussions with experts on various facets of the global strategic environment. 

These sessions reflect the unique curriculum offered at IWP based on statecraft, strategy, political philosophy, and applied ethics.

To learn more or register, please visit www.iwp.edu/frontiers