Thoughts from IWP Founder and President Dr. John Lenczowski are featured below.
Dear Members of the Class of 2021: Congratulations on completing your course of study at IWP! As you go out into the world, armed with knowledge from your studies at the Institute, I would like to share a few thoughts. There are few people who have studied all the arts of statecraft and their integration…Read More ›
Dear Members of the Class of 2020, Congratulations in advance on the completion of your graduate degrees! I wish that we could have been together this week to celebrate this tremendous achievement in person. As you begin or continue in your professional careers, I hope that the lessons you learned at IWP will serve you well and make you…Read More ›
On March 16, Dr. John Lenczowski, founder and president of The Institute of World Politics, appeared on the podcast “Update-1” at the National Press Club. He and host Lincoln Smith discussed the current strategic environment, including the necessity of an education like IWP’s, the threat of socialism, and Russian and Chinese threats. Problems in American…Read More ›
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I would like to begin by thanking the entire IWP community for everything you all do to pursue our mission and to make it possible in the first place.Read More ›
As we witness almost daily the deteriorating security situation in Iraq, where with sickening regularity, we learn reports of another 60 innocent people being killed by terrorist bombings, one is prompted to reflect about how our government establishes its priorities for the defense of our country. Although the news from Afghanistan is not as disturbing,…Read More ›
The September 11 anniversary naturally prompts us to recall the events on that date in 2001. A dozen years having passed, the memories have faded of the horror inflicted on thousands of innocent people by fanatics who believe that killing innocents is moral and ideologically desirable.Read More ›
When William P. Clark died on Saturday at age 81, his family and colleagues mourned his passing-and recognized that the world had lost one of its greatest champions of freedom.Read More ›