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Is US anti-ISIS strategy working? Prof. Sebastian Gorka comments

Publication Date: Saturday, November 14, 2015

In a recent segment for Fox News, IWP professor Sebastian Gorka commented on the US strategy against ISIS in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris.  {read more}

What a downed Russian plane may portend

An IS attack on the Suez Canal, Iran and Russia fomenting strife in Saudi Arabia - such violent scenarios make awful sense.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Friday, November 13, 2015

It is now generally accepted that the Russian commercial airliner that crashed in the Sinai fell victim to a terrorist attack through the introduction of a bomb into the cargo hold, presumably hidden in a crate or container and labelled as containing as some harmless product. Islamic State (IS) has claimed responsibility and there is no reason not to believe it.  {read more}

Derrick Dortch discusses homeland security and emergency management in D.C. with Chris Geldart

By Jose Barcenas

Publication Date: Friday, November 13, 2015

In a recent edition of Fed Access by Federal News Radio, IWP career director Derrick Dortch interviewed Chris Geldart, director of D.C’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) and also the interim director of the office of unified communications of DC.   {read more}

John Lenczowski speaks at Summit on Realism and Restraint

Publication Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015

On November 4, IWP founder and president John Lenczowski spoke at the "Summit on Realism & Restraint: A New Way Forward for American Foreign Policy," which was produced by the The American Conservative in partnership with The Charles Koch Institute and the Department of Political Science at The George Washington University.  {read more}

Marek Chodakiewicz publishes book on the Polish National Democracy and Polish nationalism

By Maria Juczewska

Publication Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015

Prof. Marek Chodakiewicz has just published a new book in Poland, co-authored with Jolanta Mysiakowska-Muszyńska and Wojciech J. Muszyński. Polska dla Polaków! Kim byli i są polscy narodowcy [Poland for the Poles! On Polish nationalism] discusses the history and nature of Polish Christian nationalism.  {read more}

A More Strategic Approach To Technology Adoption

Publication Date: Monday, November 9, 2015

Technology has become ubiquitous in society and everyday lives creating conveniences and efficiencies that could have never been imagined thirty years ago. How people communicate, shop, work, and live in their homes has become defined by technology.  {read more}

David Glancy named Walter and Leonore Annenberg Chair of International Communication

By Jose Barcenas

Publication Date: Monday, November 9, 2015

The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce that Dr. David Glancy was named the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Chair of International Communication on November 6, 2015.  {read more}

NCIS director discusses operations in investigating and defeating terrorist and criminal threats

By Daniel Ericsson

Publication Date: Monday, November 9, 2015

On November 2, 2015, The Institute of World Politics welcomed Andrew L. Traver, the director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), who spoke on the current state and future of the NCIS, its mission and professional opportunities within the organization. This event was sponsored by IWP Career Services.  {read more}

Israel can finesse global changes

As China and Russia mount challenges to US hegemony, Israel has a good hand to play.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Friday, November 6, 2015

The panorama of international relations is changing with dizzying speed and increasing complexity. Governments now compete with hundreds of non-state actors (NSAs) for resources, influence and the other elements of power projection. Statecraft and intelligence are being transformed by the cyber-revolution, and defense and security agencies are scrambling to keep up with rapid advances in technology, often falling far behind.  {read more}

China's Move To End Its One Child Policy Is Too Little, Too Late

By Paul Coyer

Publication Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Yesterday, the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, meeting to shape the 13th five year economic plan, announced the ending of China's infamous jihua shengyu (planned fertility program), better known as its one-child policy. Xinhua briefly announced that "The change of policy is intended to balance population development and address the challenge of an ageing population.  {read more}

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