IWP professor speaks about American foreign policy post-Flynn

Professor Chodakiewicz began with a brief background on the present state of affairs in American policy and Russia’s position. He then stated Flynn’s foreign policy plans with Russia and the trajectory that Trump and H.R. McMaster would most likely go. This is actually still Flynn’s plan.

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IWP holds second lecture on Capitol Hill with Michael Walsh

On March 7th, The Institute of World Politics held its second lecture of the IWP Capitol Hill Speaker Series. Dr. Mackubin Owens, Dean of Academic Affairs, moderated the lecture by IWP visiting fellow Michael A. Walsh, who spoke on the necessity of culture and art in the process of creating policies.

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