Susanna Rice, Veronika Prochko, Philip Rice

Supporters establish two new Great Statesman Scholarships at IWP

Two new Great Statesman Scholarships have been established at IWP: Susanna and Philip Rice have established the Margaret Thatcher Scholarship, and Patty Sue Mozart has established the President Ronald Reagan Scholarship. The Great Statesman Scholarship program allows donors to name a scholarship for the statesman of their choice in consultation with IWP leadership, all while…

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Tom Farmer

Thomas Farmer (’08) speaks at Congressional hearing on cybersecurity

On November 4th, 2021, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure held the first hearing of a two-part series on “The Evolving Cybersecurity Landscape: Industry Perspectives on Securing the Nation’s Infrastructure.” IWP alumnus Thomas L. Farmer appeared as a witness, testifying on behalf of the Association of American Railroads (AAR) where he serves as the…

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Motoskate Foundation

Nicholas Hanlon (’12) launches nonprofit to help Eastern Congo community

Nicholas Hanlon (’12) has launched the Motoskate Foundation to support business development, education, and health resources in the Eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. He commented: “After a decade of skill-sharing trips to Uvira, D.R.C. each summer, our local partners invested in their own motorcycle taxi. They have built the muscles to run…

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Enrico Suardi at Commencement

Dr. Enrico Suardi (’19): Psychiatrist with an interest in national security

Dr. Enrico Suardi (’19) has been interested in international affairs and national security since his days in medical school back home in Italy. A non-traditional IWP student, Enrico is currently serving as the Chief of Psychiatry at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. By taking night classes at IWP, Enrico has pursued his interest in…

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Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz mentioned in article on Intermarium concept

Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, Kosciuszko Chair in Polish Studies at The Institute of World Politics, was recently referenced in an article in East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies. The article, titled “The Intermarium in Ukrainian and Polish Foreign Policy Discourse,” was written by Oleksii Polegkyi and discusses the Intermarium concept in the context of Polish-Ukrainian security…

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Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz speaks at Janusz Kurtyka Foundation event

On November 8th, 2021, Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz of The Institute of World Politics spoke at an event hosted by the Janusz Kurtyka Foundation titled “International aspects of the First World War and the battle for Lwów/L’viv, 1918.” The event included presentations by Professor Andrzej Chwalba and Dr. Damian K. Markowski, both of whom won…

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Is China Really Getting Ready to Invade Taiwan?

This article was written by IWP doctoral candidate Saba Sattar. China seeks to reduce Taiwanese readiness to respond to an attack and delay the recognition of an actual invasion. As the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrated the hundredth anniversary of its founding this past summer, Beijing has accelerated its frequency of incursions and hardened its rhetoric over the “unshakable commitment”…

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