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IWP Kościuszko Chair applauds new name of U.S. military base in Poland

The IWP Kościuszko Chair of Polish Studies and the Center for Intermarium Studies applaud the U.S. Army’s recent decision to rename its base in Poland Camp Kościuszko, after Thaddeus Kościuszko, who heroically fought for eight years in the American Revolutionary War. Originally from Poland, Thaddeus Kościuszko was recruited by Benjamin Franklin and Silas Deane to…

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Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz speaks at the Captive Nations Summit

On July 19, 2022, IWP professor Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz spoke at the Captive Nations Summit. At this summit, hosted by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, Dr. Chodakiewicz sat on a panel and discussed “Putin’s War Against Ukraine and the Future of Russia.” Dr. Chodakiewicz began by discussing Putin’s motivation for attacking Ukraine. Moscow…

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Human Rights Network run by Dr. Matt Daniels passes 41 million views

The Human Rights Network, which is run by IWP professor Dr. Matthew Daniels as a part of his nonprofit Good of All, has passed 41 million views on its content. This channel, which promotes human rights principles, contains videos created by IWP interns who have been working with IWP’s Center for Human Rights and International…

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IWP hosts United States Army War College students virtually

The Institute of World Politics hosted its annual visit for the United States Army War College as part of its annual National Security Staff Ride on April 13, 2022. In total, there were 15 participants from the USAWC, representing all U.S. services and five international officers from Europe, the Mideast, Australia, and the Philippines. During…

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IWP launches Strategic Leadership Seminar

Starting this fall, IWP’s Strategic Leadership Seminar will become available to participant groups of government, military, corporate, and NGO leadership. This customized, one-week program is held at IWP’s Washington, D.C. campus. During the seminar, expert IWP scholar-practitioners will explore key strategic issues through a combination of graduate-level lectures and experiential exercises. Participants will come away…

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IWP receives Military Friendly Schools Award

IWP has received the prestigious 2022-2023 Military Friendly Schools Award given to only a select number of institutions. The award is given to undergraduate and graduate schools that demonstrate a commitment to serving military and veteran students as well as investing in their academic and professional success. The support with which IWP supplies its military students is…

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Dr. Wayne Schroeder contributes to article on the NATO Strategic Concept

IWP professor Dr. Wayne Schroeder has contributed to an Atlantic Council article entitled “Visualizing the NATO Strategic Concept: Five Ways to Look at the Alliance’s Future.” This paper was published on June 16, two weeks before the start of the NATO Summit in Madrid. Dr. Schroeder wrote a section on “NATO’s Military Capacity Post-Ukraine,” where…

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West Point Cadet Chloe Tran receives IWP cyber statecraft award

On Thursday, May 19, Captain Dean Lane, USN retired, IWP’s Chief Information Officer and Cyber Intelligence Director, and Captain Chris Glass, USN retired, IWP’s Executive Vice President, presented the annual United States Military Academy Institute of World Politics Award for Excellence in Cyber Statecraft to Cadet Chloe Tran, U.S. Army. The presentation was made during…

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