Revenge of the Neo-Jacobins

Some mock America’s statue-smashers as ignoramuses who do not know what they are doing or why. But there are very good reasons why we see monuments cast down all over the West, including the United States. Let’s not wave this off as mindless stupidity. The radical rule is that the more you destroy, the more you…

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Battle of Ascalon engraving

Crusader State

Policy Periods: Isolationism and Internationalism In his classic 1997 study on American foreign policies, Walter McDougall (University of Pennsylvania) divides the subject into old and new “testaments,” between the time when the country was young and weak and since it became a global power (Promised Land, Crusader State). Both time periods were derived from the…

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Katie Crombe with GEN Joseph Votel

Alumna Spotlight: LTC Katie Crombe, U.S. Army (IWP ’12)

“I kept all of my notes and I have them in my desk right now; I’ve carried them around the world with me… My experience learning at IWP has molded me into the leader I have become.” LTC Catherine “Katie” Crombe, USA, has brought her notes from her IWP classes with her as she served…

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Prof. Darlene Almont discusses how indications and warning intelligence shifted after Reagan’s Cold War success

On Tuesday, May 19, Professor Darlene Almont gave the Ninth Annual Ronald Reagan Intelligence Lecture on the topic of “Reagan’s Cold War: Indications and Warning Intelligence.” Professor Almont is an adjunct professor at IWP and is a former U.S. Air Force Major with over 30 years of experience in the intelligence community. She is an…

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Poland: President Duda Survives Round One

This just in: On June 28, 2020, 19.4 million (64.5%) out of 30 million Polish citizens cast their votes in what turns out to be round one of the nation’s presidential election. The incumbent moderate President Andrzej Duda won 43.5% or 8.45 million votes. The liberal runner up Andrzej Trzaskowskim took 30.5% or 5.9 million.…

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Hasanna Tyus, IWP Registrar, to receive Doctor of Education

Hasanna Tyus, Registrar and Institutional Research Officer at The Institute of World Politics, will receive a Doctor of Education specializing in Higher Education Management from the University of Pittsburgh on August 8. She has successfully defended her dissertation, which was on the topic of “Addressing the Lack of Diversity in Graduate Schools of International Affairs:…

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Prague: Ivan Down, Mary Up

With statues being toppled left and right in the U.S. and Western Europe, the Czechs have also joined the battle of monuments. Theirs, however, is not an Antifa- or BLM-driven effort. To the contrary. The Czech brand of iconoclasm is anti-Communist and pro-Christian. In Prague, they restored one of Saint Mary, and took down one…

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The Revolution Accelerates Again

The revolution accelerates occasionally, inflicting on us war, disease, famine, and destruction, only to seemingly recoil and retract its merciless claws from Christian civilization. Then it simmers and bides its time. Sometimes it even goes into hibernation, reinventing itself into a variety of putative new forms. This is the case here and now, but it’s…

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