How to Start at Private Investigation Business

IWP student writes book on “How to Start a Private Investigation Business”

IWP student Edward Panico recently wrote a book entitled How to Start a Private Investigation Business: A Proven Blueprint for Success, which was released in January. Edward is the founder of Lynx Security Group, a private investigation, security consulting, and training company, and he has worked both domestically and abroad in intelligence, investigations, and security…

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The Danish Way

A shorter version of this article was published by Newsmax.  A major immigration reform is afoot in Denmark. Yet, the mainstream media is rather reticent about it. That is not only because the story is an embarrassment to the consistently pushy narrative about “socialist” and “progressive” Denmark, but because the Danes make international news usually…

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Dr. David Charney

DIA podcast features discussion of the psychology of the insider spy with IWP alumnus Dr. David Charney

On February 26, 2021, The Defense Intelligence Agency released a podcast titled “Hiding in Plain Sight.” This episode focused on the career of former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) senior analyst and Cuban spy Ana Montes. David Charney, M.D., an IWP alumnus and psychiatrist specializing in the mind of the insider spy, was interviewed on this…

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Global strategy and communications

IWP launches two new online M.A. programs in Statecraft and Strategy

The Institute of World Politics is launching two new online Master of Arts programs: the Master of Arts in Statecraft and Strategy (Online) and Professional Master of Arts in Statecraft and Strategy (Online). These programs will be offered for the first time starting in fall 2021. They are IWP’s first all-online programs. The M.A. in…

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Fragmentation vs. Integration

Fragmentation in East-Central Europe: Poland and the Baltics, 1915-1929 By Klaus Richter Reviewed by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz Throughout history, empires have been the norm in international relations, while nation- states a rarity. Small and even medium nation-states exist at the whim of the imperial powers that be either as their temporary satellites or subordinates of…

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A third front?

The weakness of the government in Jordan could lead to very difficult situations for Israel. One of the many reasons the upcoming election in Israel is so important is a factor that has been largely overlooked–increasing instability in Jordan. Read more at Globes

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White House

Research by IWP alumna contributes to U.S. trade policy

“Anna” (’15)* and her team at a government contractor conducted critical research for a project that became the basis for the creation of trade policy at the highest levels of policymaking. Over the course of this research during the summer of 2020, Anna became the point person for this project on her team of four…

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