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Experts discuss how the U.S. can “Win Without War”

On May 27, IWP alumnus and Trustee Michael C. Maibach moderated a virtual panel discussion with IWP professors Dr. John Lenczowski, Dr. Frank Marlo, and Dr. David Glancy in which they discussed “winning without war” and how future leaders can achieve this concept. About the Panelists Dr. John Lenczowski served in the State Department in…

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Special Events

Winning Without War Series

The Winning Without War Series was founded in 2020 as a way to discuss a key theme that is taught at IWP: the integrated use of all the arts of statecraft – the instruments of national power. These arts include traditional diplomacy, public diplomacy, intelligence, counterintelligence, economic statecraft, corporate statecraft, cyber statecraft, military strategy, and…

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Webinar: Winning Without War: Building Alliances and Partnerships

You are cordially invited to a webinar presentation on the topic: Winning Without War: Building Alliances and Partnerships with Ambassador Philip Hughes, Dr. Caitlin Schindler, and Dr. Frank Marlo Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET **This event will also be streamed live on Facebook.** Register This event is sponsored by the Winning…

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Webinar: Winning without War: Educating Diplomats, Warriors and Spies!

You are cordially invited to a webinar presentation on the topic: Winning without War: Educating Diplomats, Warriors and Spies! with Dr. John Lenczowski, Dr. Frank Marlo, and Dr. David Glancy Wednesday, May 27th 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM **This event will also be streamed live on Facebook. ** Register This event is sponsored by The Institute…

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Articles

How to fight a war without winning

Having left Southeast Asia in 1975 in a disastrous condition, the United States vowed “No More Vietnams,” the title of ex-President Nixon’s 1985 book. Since Nixon had supervised about half of the war, his view on its legacy fairly summarizes a more general consensus: once bitten, twice shy. 

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World Without Order: What Else Is New?

When nation-states behave as “nation-states,” that is, since time began, the American media and public react in horror. Like, “this is unheard of,” or “how dare they.” It might help to open a book. What they “Do” The Russians are “meddling,” there is “collusion” between Putin and Trump, they seem to get along, Trump is…

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A Foreign Policy Without A Mission: “Stayin’ Alive”

Leaders who fail in their global missions are normally dismissed by history. What do we remember about Napoleon? Waterloo. Wilsonianism Woodrow Wilson, another case in point, is not remembered for his efforts to re-make the world but by his failure to do so. The League of Nations and Wilson’s crusade to “make the world safe…

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Trump wants to buy Greenland: What else is new?

Speculation that President Trump has expressed interest in purchasing Greenland from Denmark has inspired gossip in the media as to how “serious” he is. In history, countries either expand by conquest or by purchase, the former being the most common. Should Trump announce that the U.S. will occupy and seize the island, speculation would undoubtedly…

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Winning Without War

One day soon the world will hopefully see the end of the carnage in Syria. But as important as this military victory will be in the struggle against ISIS, the real war against the idea virus of Islamist extremism will continue.

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