Prof. Michael Pillsbury discusses “A New Cold War with China?”

In a debate organized by the Oxford Union, Professor Michael Pillsbury spoke about China and the ever-growing concern it poses for the United States national security and foreign policy. Dr. Pillsbury noted that under President Obama there was an indictment of five Chinese military hackers breaking into a nuclear reactor companies in Pittsburgh to get…

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IWP alumnus spearheads Naval Intelligence Vision and Guidance document

An IWP alumnus led the development and coordination of the 2019 Naval Intelligence Vision and Guidance document on behalf of Naval Intelligence Leadership. This document is a broad overview of the key goals and priorities of Naval Intelligence in the current and ever-changing environment. This document was finalized in 2019 and recently released to the public.…

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Prof. Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses China and the coronavirus on Fox Business

This past week, Professor Rebeccah Heinrichs gave remarks on Fox Business about how the Communist Party of China (CPC) was responsible for the initial outbreak of the coronavirus and how many statistics revolving around the virus have been under-reported. During the segment, Prof. Heinrichs stated that the general population has the right to know about…

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Paul Coyer

Dr. Paul Coyer writes new book on the ethics of nationalism

In March, IWP Research Professor Dr. Paul Coyer’s new book, L’Etica del Nazionalismo (The Ethics of Nationalism) will be released in Italy. In the book, Dr. Coyer writes that the nation, contrary to the predictions of some, has not only not disappeared but is experiencing a resurgence in importance. He argues that defining nationalism as…

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