IWP Gettysburg Trip August 2022

IWP students and staff tour Gettysburg with Dr. James Robbins

On August 27, IWP students and staff took a trip to Gettysburg National Military Park with IWP Dean of Academics Dr. James Robbins. The group stopped at McPherson’s Ridge, Oak Hill, the site of Longstreet’s attack, and the site of Pickett’s Charge. Dr. Robbins explained what took place at each site during the 1863 Battle…

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Here’s A Primer On Biden’s Off The Rails Iran Nuclear Deal

Nuclear talks with Iran are at an impasse. Just when a deal seemed imminent, Tehran resurrected a demand that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) cease an investigation into potentially illegal uranium enrichment at three undeclared locations. As well, Iran fired up advanced IR-6 centrifuges at an underground nuclear facility at Natanz, which will enhance the regime’s ability to produce weapons-grade uranium.…

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Battle of the Monuments Continues Against Russia

When Antifa, BLM, and other rioters destroyed historical monuments in various American cities, they mostly failed to replace them with anything much. In contrast, the Russians operate in precisely deliberate way and know what their objective is: a restoration of Soviet and, to a lesser extent, Russian symbols. Read more at Newsmax

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Taylor Weinsz

Taylor Weinsz (’24) receives IWP Alumni Scholarship

Taylor Weinsz, an incoming student in IWP’s Master of Arts in Statecraft and International Affairs program, has been awarded an IWP Alumni Scholarship of $10,000. Taylor is originally from Worthington, Ohio where his family still lives today. Taylor spent his high school years participating in Varsity athletics, including a 2017 State Championship Water Polo Season…

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Women in Diplomacy Event Attendees

IWP hosts Women in Diplomacy for lecture with Sana Saleh

On August 23, IWP hosted Women in Diplomacy for a lecture with IWP Cyber Intelligence Initiative Instructor and Senior Advisor for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Sana Saleh on “National Security Roles, Missions, and Responsibilities.” The event was introduced by IWP President Amb. Aldona Z. Woś, the former U.S. Ambassador to Estonia. The talk…

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Owen Smith with General John Singlaub

General John Singlaub, RIP

John K. Singlaub (1921-2022) was a legend among us anti-Communist kids when I was in college: The Reagan/Wolverines Generation. Some of us heard about the General’s exploits in the U.S. Special Forces and the CIA. It started in the Second World War (in both European and Pacific theaters). Then came Korea, Vietnam, Laos, and plenty…

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Going soft on the regime likeliest to use nukes

Only one country has serious thoughts of triggering Armageddon, and it isn’t Russia or China. Recently, commentators have been competing with each other to warn about the possibility of nuclear war, for the first time since 1962. Their concerns involve either Russia using nuclear weapons against Ukraine or China invading Taiwan, leading to a war…

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