Dr. Marcin Chmielowski speaks on Civil Society and Poland

Dr. Marcin Chmielowski, Vice President of the Poland-based Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation (Fundacja Wolnosci i Przedsiebiorczosci) spoke at The Institute of World Politics on Wednesday, March 29 in a lecture entitled “Civil Society at the Crossroads:  Three Models and the Case of Poland.”

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Prof. Eugene Poteat lectures on women in intelligence

In what capacity have women served in intelligence? Eugene Poteat-former CIA Scientific Intelligence Officer and IWP Professor Emeritus-sought to provide an answer and dispel falsehoods about the role of women in intelligence in a lecture entitled “Women in Intelligence:  Fantasy vs. Reality.”

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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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Dr. Ted Bromund argues for a new American approach to Europe

In a recent lecture moderated by Dr. Douglas Streusand, entitled “The Case for a New Approach to Europe,” Dr. Ted Bromund, Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, spoke on the history of American commitment to Europe in the twentieth century and proposed how the American relationship to Europe should change in the coming decades.…

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