Press Releases

IWP and Assumption College partner on national security and international affairs education

The Institute of World Politics and Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts have recently signed a partnership agreement that will benefit graduates of Assumption who choose to pursue graduate studies at IWP. IWP will grant a $2,200 guaranteed scholarship per semester to graduates of Assumption College who are accepted within IWP admissions guidelines. In addition, if…

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O cywilizacji śmierci [About the Civilization of Death]

Another book by Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz has just been published in Poland. It is entitled O cywilizacji śmierci [About the Civilization of Death]. What is the Civilization of Death? It is a system that limits or even counteracts the multiplication of humankind. The Civilization of Death is a total system of social engineering implemented through…

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A Foreign Policy Without A Mission: “Stayin’ Alive”

Leaders who fail in their global missions are normally dismissed by history. What do we remember about Napoleon? Waterloo. Wilsonianism Woodrow Wilson, another case in point, is not remembered for his efforts to re-make the world but by his failure to do so. The League of Nations and Wilson’s crusade to “make the world safe…

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Speeches & Lectures

U.S. Strategy for the Growing China Threat

  On October 18, 2019, the Defense Forum Foundation hosted its Congressional Defense and Foreign Policy Forum on Capitol Hill. Dr. John Lenczowski, Founder and President of IWP, addressed the Chinese threat to the U.S. and what must be done to develop a comprehensive integrated strategy. A transcript of the event is below. Suzanne Scholte:…

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Internship Experience

IWP interns reflect on their experience

Fourteen interns from colleges and universities around the United States recently celebrated the completion of the IWP fall internship program. They worked on various topics including counterterrorism, cyber intelligence, cyber security, and defense economics. Here, they reflect on their experiences doing research, auditing courses, connecting with IWP faculty and staff, and growing professionally. “The real…

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