Passion for cultural diplomacy inspires German IWP student
IWP views cultural diplomacy as a serious instrument of statecraft, and student Ben Fricke understands this concept from firsthand experience. He participated in his first international exchange program to England when he was 10. He comments, "I see myself as a product of cultural diplomacy to some extent because of all the exchanges I have done and the volunteer opportunities I have had abroad."
IWP announces the retirement of Professors Ken deGraffenreid and Charles Smith
"Ken and Chuck have both rendered the Institute invaluable service. On top of all they did in the classroom, they both were faithful counselors and mentors to our students and alumni, also rendering them enormous help in finding professional opportunities to serve our country.
All of us here - faculty, staff, students, alumni, and trustees, owe them both an enormous debt of gratitude. We hope that they both will continue, insofar as they are able, to remain involved with IWP. I hope you will all join me in wishing them a happy and healthy retirement."
In Memoriam: Brian J. Kelley
A year after his passing, IWP honors Brian J. Kelley, a great patriot and professor.
Alumni Association honors the late Professor Brian Kelley
Brian J. Kelley Memorial Remarks by Chris, Class of 2010
Brian J. Kelley Memorial Remarks by Rebekah Stroman, Class of 2010
Brian J. Kelley Memorial Remarks by Professor Robert W. Stephan
Reflections on Professor Kelley by an IWP alumnus
Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies
Can Christian ethics and the welfare state be reconciled? Dr. Chodakiewicz weighs in
Defeating Post-Totalitarianism: Dr. Chodakiewicz on Hungary and Orban
"Russia's espionage offensive," by Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz
A future geopolitical revolution in Europe, continued
Katyn documents declassified
Also of note
Former student testifies on the EMP threat
NDU study of Active Measures Working Group affirms contributions of IWP professors
IWP celebrates Constitution Day with lecture by Dr. Roger Pilon
"Remembering Ambassador Christopher Stevens: A Friend, Colleague and Patriot," by an IWP student
"Strategic Surprise," by General Walter Jajko, USAF (Ret.)
Prof. Wood discusses lessons from Central Europe regarding religious freedom
IWP Professor Gene Poteat interviewed by AP on 9/11/2001
Former IWP Army War College Fellow discusses interagency cooperation and stability operations
IWP alumnus John Poreba shares tips on public speaking
Juliana Pilon reviews The Work of Enchantment by Matthew Del Nevo
IWP holds event on "The Women Who Survived Communist Prisons"
Above: IWP student Ben Fricke
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