Press Releases

IWP welcomes new Russian professor, Elizabeth Mastri

This semester, IWP welcomes a new Russian professor, Elizabeth Mastri. Ms. Mastri has been a language instructor since 2015 and has worked at the Comprehensive Language Center and the Berlitz Language Center. In 2016, she obtained a “Teacher of Russian Language for Foreign Students” certification from Moscow State University. In her professional career, Ms. Mastri…

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Students & Alumni
2019-2020 Student Government Association

Meet the 2019-20 Student Government Association Officers

This past spring, IWP students elected officers for the 2019-20 Student Government Association Board. The officers began their duties on May 19, and will continue until Commencement on May 18, 2020. President: Jennifer W. Jennifer was born and raised in Chicago.  She attended Villanova University where she majored in History and Humanities before enrolling at The…

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The Russians Are (Always) Here

Recently, I wrote that evidence demonstrating Russian involvement in the 2016 election was fragmentary, ambiguous, and certainly not “public knowledge.” The testimonies of both Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Attorney General William Barr did little to dispel this conclusion, but Mueller is scheduled to testify to Congress next week. Evidence in the Mueller Report One…

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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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Cyber Intelligence Initiative

Ethan Burger delivers Capitol Hill lecture on “The Weaponization of Social Media”

On April 8th, 2019, The Institute of World Politics Cyber Intelligence Instructor Ethan S. Burger Esq. presented a lecture in the Longworth House Building adjacent to the U.S. Capitol building. Mr. Burger’s lecture, entitled “The Weaponization of Social Media,” examined how state and non-state actors employ social media as tools of misinformation, propaganda, and more.…

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