Books by IWP Faculty

Stalin's Secret War: Soviet Counterintelligence Against the Nazis, 1941-1945

By Robert W. Stephan

Publication Date: October 2011

The Soviet-German War of 1941-1945 was the most extensive intelligence/counterintelligence war in modern history, involving the capture, torture, deportation, execution, and "doubling" of tens of thousands of agents--most of them Soviet citizens.   {read more}

Leading the Way

How Vietnam Veterans Rebuilt the U.S. Military: An Oral History

By Albert Santoli

Publication Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2011

"Santoli traveled to military bases and headquarters around the country interviewing career personnel who served during the troubled Vietnam years and the postwar period when morale plummeted in all branches of the service."  {read more}

Full Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy

Reforming the Structure and Culture of US Foreign Policy

By John Lenczowski

Publication Date: Saturday, April 16, 2011

Full Spectrum Diplomacy and Grand Strategy offers a solution to one of the greatest weaknesses in US foreign policy that has exacerbated the unprecedented anti-Americanism of recent years--the US government's inability to conduct the "full spectrum" of diplomatic arts and integrate them with the other arts of statecraft at the level of grand strategy.  {read more}

Hearts of Gold or a Golden Harvest?

Edited by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, Wojciech Jerzy Muszyński

Publication Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Hearts of Gold or a Golden Harvest? rejects the pop-cultural-cum-post-modernist image of a Polish Christian benefiting from the Holocaust and, instead, recognizes a variety of nuanced attitudes of the gentiles toward the great Jewish tragedy.   {read more}

Ten African Heroes: The Sweep of Independence in Black Africa

By Margaret Badum Melady

Publication Date: April 15, 2011

Up close and personal, this book takes a look at African leaders who ignited independence in Black Africa during the 1960s through the eyes of two American forerunners who knew them well.  {read more}

So Poland Be Polish (Zeby Polska byla polska)

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, Wojciech Muszynski

Publication Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The work, entitled Zeby Polska byla polska or So Poland Be Polish, is an anthology of the Polish nationalist, anti-Nazi, anti-communist underground press during the years 1939-1950.  {read more}

Malign Neglect

Misguided U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America

By Norman A. Bailey, Nancy Menges, Rep. Brian Bilbray

Publication Date: January 2011

The Menges Hemispheric Security Project of the Center for Security Policy Presents the Proceedings of the Second Annual Capitol Hill National Security Briefing on Latin America, focused on current challenges to democracy, human rights and regional stability in the context of threats to U.S. national security.   {read more}

Expropriated Memory

The War in Spain (1936-1939)

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: 2010

Zagrabiona Pamiec. Wojna w Hiszpanii 1936-1939 (Expropriated Memory: The War in Spain, 1936-1939), addresses the issue of historical memory and propaganda regarding the conflict. Prof. Chodakiewicz focuses on factual and ideological distortions produced by the Communist spinmeisters persisting into contemporary times.  {read more}

Islamic Gunpowder Empires: Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals

By Douglas E. Streusand

Publication Date: October 5, 2010

Islamic Gunpowder Empires provides readers with a history of Islamic civilization in the early modern world through a comparative examination of Islam's three greatest empires - the Ottomans (centered in what is now Turkey), the Safavids (in modern Iran), and the Mughals (ruling the Indian subcontinent).  {read more}

Reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

Edited by Henry D. Sokolski

Publication Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2010

After three weeks of expanded debate and negotiation, the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference at the United Nations in New York concluded on May 27 with a final declaration that all 189 NPT members sign off on. Controversy over the declaration's demand that Israel rid itself of its nuclear weapons holdings ensued almost immediately. President Obama and officials at the State Department regretted this demand but noted that the declaration would "only strengthen the NPT as a critical part of our efforts to ensure that all nations meet their NPT obligations or face consequences." Get a run down on the key results of the NPT review conference along with an assessment of how helpful or harmful the new declaration might be to the treaty's operational future.  {read more}

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