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Dr. John Lenczowski comments on China and COVID-19

In a recent webinar with the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF), Dr. John Lenczowski served as a panelist to discuss “China and COVID-19, What’s Next for America?” During his time speaking, Dr. Lenczowski called attention to the Cold War-style strategy and policies that China has been pursuing for the last 30 years. Visible elements of…

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Dr. Wayne Schroeder contributes to assessment of European military mobility

Dr. Wayne Schroeder served as the Project Director for “MOVING OUT: A Comprehensive Assessment of European Military Mobility,” a report recently published by the Atlantic Council, where he serves as a Nonresident Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Security Initiative, with the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. This report was based on the work of a Task…

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Graduate Coffee Hour 2020

IWP classes continue, online resources expand during pandemic

As with so many other schools and businesses, IWP has temporarily moved all operations online due to precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. After March 13, the campus closed, and following spring break, on March 23, all classes moved seamlessly online. “While it is not the same as gathering in a classroom, IWP faculty have adapted…

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Dr. Paul Gelpi joins the IWP adjunct faculty

This past spring, Dr. Paul Gelpi joined the adjunct faculty to teach IWP’s course on military strategy. A U.S. historian with over 20 years’ worth of experience in higher education, Dr. Gelpi brings with him an expertise in U.S. military history, military strategy and theory, and aviation history and airpower theory. Dr. Gelpi has an…

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Prof. Michael Pillsbury discusses “A New Cold War with China?”

In a debate organized by the Oxford Union, Professor Michael Pillsbury spoke about China and the ever-growing concern it poses for the United States national security and foreign policy. Dr. Pillsbury noted that under President Obama there was an indictment of five Chinese military hackers breaking into a nuclear reactor companies in Pittsburgh to get…

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The future of AI and autonomous systems

In a recent episode of Fed Access on Federal New Radio, IWP career director Derrick Dortch interviewed Yuna Huh Wong, a research analyst at the Rand Corporation, on the future of AI and autonomous systems. Listen here

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