Past Events

Peter Debbins describes Russia’s worldview and how it influences their grand strategy and actions in cyberspace

Mr. Peter Debbins (’15) came to The Institute of World Politics on January 29, 2020, to give a lecture on Russian worldview, grand strategy, and cyberspace. Mr. Debbins has extensive experience in intelligence, national security, strategic planning, cyber and cyberspace, hybrid warfare, business, economics, finance, world geopolitical environment, CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, enhanced Explosives),…

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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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An intellectual earthquake in the Middle East

Ideas are circulating in places like Kuwait and Saudi Arabia that indicate a tectonic shift. During recent months, pubic and media concentration on viruses and politicians (I will refrain from commenting on the similarities between the two) has caused little attention to be paid to other significant developments, such as the Turkish-Russian confrontation over the…

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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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