Members of the IWP community produce research on a myriad of topics, analyzing past events, addressing contemporary issues, and contributing to the existing knowledge on foreign affairs, statecraft, and intelligence.
Rice University’s Sarmatian Review recently published a review of the “Bulletin of the [Polish] Institute of National Memory” by IWP student and Kosciuszko Chair assistant, Pawel Styrna.Read More ›
The U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) has re-published research by IWP alumnus Cyrus Miryekta on Hezbollah in South America.Read More ›
In an article on TheGlobalist.com, IWP Adjunct Professor Norman Bailey surveys the rise and fall of the “Pax Americana” of the post-Cold War era. He asserts that the current crises troubling the US position in world affairs is because “we lost sight of and allegiance to the timeless principles of which the country was founded…Read More ›
IWP alumnus Joseph P. Duggan (MA, 2007), a former presidential speechwriter and State Department official, surveys contemporary issues in the Czech Republic through the lens of four pivotal figures in Czech history, all named Václav. Duggan’s essay appeared originally on AmericanSpectator.com.Read More ›
IWP Adjunct Professor Joshua Muravchik suggests that Barack Obama's "Cairo oration [of June 4, 2009] was a culmination of the themes of Obama's early months. He had blamed America for the world financial crisis, global warming, Mexico's drug wars, for 'failure to appreciate Europe's role in the world,' and in general for 'all too often'…Read More ›
IWP alumnus Joseph Duggan writes in The American Spectator on a Jesuit priest whose work in Mexico has left a lasting impression on that nation. Duggan on Father Pro ZACATECAS, Mexico — Imagine a merry combination of Thomas More and Peter Sellers, and you may get a sense of an extraordinary personality who came from…Read More ›
In this essay, published originally in the January/February issue of the magazine Serviam, Dr. Chodakiewciz notes: "Genocide prevention is about neutralizing regimes and groups fostering mass murder through their ideologies and actions. In the West, most conceptualize genocide prevention in terms of education, lobbying, and humanitarian assistance…. Meanwhile, people are dying and even the best…Read More ›