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Research fellow Amir Fakhravar to discuss constitutionalism in the Middle East

Publication Date: Thursday, April 3, 2014

On Friday, April 4, Research Fellow Amir Fakhravar will discuss "The Role of Democracy in Drafting a New Constitution in the Middle East" at the East Coast Colleges Social Science Association 2014-40th Annual Conference.   {read more}

Prof. James Carafano discusses Russia as a global competitor to the US

Publication Date: Thursday, April 3, 2014

On a recent episode of Secure Freedom Radio, Prof. James Carafano argued that Russia is a global competitor to the United States, and described how the United States should approach its foreign policy concerning Russia.  {read more}

Iranian dissident Mohsen Sazegara speaks in Ideas and Values in International Politics class

Publication Date: Wednesday, April 2, 2014

On April 1, 2014, Iranian dissident Mohsen Sazegara gave a guest lecture as part of Prof. Joshua Muravchik's class on Ideas and Values in International Politics (IWP 606). His remarks covered the topics of ideology and interest in the international policies of the Islamic republic of Iran.   {read more}

Free nations should band together to promote shared values, says Prof. Carafano

By James Jay Carafano

Publication Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Americans wanted to know how the president planned to end the Great War and prevent the next one. And so, on September 27, 1918, Woodrow Wilson took to the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House. There, amid the beaux arts glitter and gilt, he declared that what the world needed was a League of Nations.  {read more}

President of AFIO Gene Poteat discusses American intelligence at IWP

Publication Date: Monday, March 31, 2014

On March 28, 2014, S. Eugene Poteat, President of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers and alumnus of The Institute of World Politics, discussed "The Changing Face of American Intelligence: From OSS Special Operations, to Analysis and High Tech Reconnaissance, back to Special Operations" at the Institute.   {read more}

Alumna Spotlight: Meet Andrea Kiser, Human Rights Advocate

Publication Date: Monday, March 31, 2014

In this interview, we talk to Andrea Kiser, '13, about her human rights work with International Justice Mission and her experience at IWP.  {read more}

Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: Leaders and their Networks, by IWP alumnus Andreas Hagen

Publication Date: Monday, March 31, 2014

The American Enterprise Institute has published a slideshow presentation by IWP alumnus Andreas Hagen on "Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: Leaders and their Networks."    {read more}

Congress take note: China's economy is steered in positive direction

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Monday, March 31, 2014

The burst in panic across markets when the Chinese economy had a slight hiccup underscores all that is wrong -- nd misses all that is right -- about looking at the one of the world’s strongest economies through the reactive eyes of what people think may happen and not what actually is happening.  {read more}

Cold warrior Prof. Norman Bailey comments on Crimea

Publication Date: Friday, March 28, 2014

David P. Goldman recently published an email from Prof. Norman Bailey in an article for PJ Media.  In his comments, Prof. Bailey, the mastermind of the 1982 Russian natural gas pipeline disaster, discusses the history of the Crimean region and implications of the US response today.  {read more}

US retreating in its own backyard

Iran, Russia and China are penetrating Latin America deeply, with no US response.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Friday, March 28, 2014

A few weeks ago, in a meeting of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States, US Secretary of State Kerry declared that the Monroe Doctrine was no long "valid." Perhaps this cavalier dismissal of what has been a pillar of American foreign policy for 190 years is simply a recognition that Iran, Russia and China are penetrating Latin America in a wholesale fashion, with no noticeable reaction on the part of the US.  {read more}

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