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Nuclear War Is Averted After Stray Missile Hits Poland

A stray missile from the east crossed Poland’s eastern border and hit a nearby village of Przewodów, near Hurbieszów in the Lublin region, killing two people on Nov. 15. This is a big deal for a number of reasons, including primarily a possibility of a nuclear war and American perception in the world. Read the full article at Newsmax

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Fonts and Murchisons host luncheon for IWP supporters in Dallas

On November 1, Carlos E. and Regina Fonts and Burk and Elise Murchison hosted a “Texas Roundup” luncheon for nearly 25 supporters and friends of The Institute of World Politics at the Park City Club in Dallas. Therese Moncrief assisted with the organization of the event. At the event, guests heard remarks about IWP’s mission…

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#MyGivingStory, by Nora Taylor

IWP is counting down the days until Giving Tuesday on November 29. Save the date for this global day of giving! Dear Friends, I first learned of The Institute of World Politics about 12 years ago when my sister invited me to an IWP event.  I am patriotic and passionate about the U.S. and protecting…

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Conquest Without War: The Threat of Chinese Political Influence Operations

Communist China represents a mortal threat to our nation. It is a threat that is designed to disarm intellectually and psychologically, corrupt, and ultimately own America’s political and foreign policy decisionmakers. The Chinese Communists have a long-term strategy to replace the United States as the Global Superpower. They call it the Hundred Year Marathon –…

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Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz to discuss “In the Shadows of the Looming Invasion: Poles, Ukrainians and Bolsheviks in 1918”

On November 22 at 2:00 PM, Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz will discuss “In the Shadows of the Looming Invasion: Poles, Ukrainians and Bolsheviks in 1918” in a panel discussion co-sponsored by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and the Janusz Kurtyka Foundation. Zoom Link to the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/95490721989 Learn more about the event.

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Stop funding Russia’s nuclear weapons

As Washington and the commentariat wring their hands about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s nuclear sword rattling, the United States and the European Union (EU) continue to shovel hundreds of millions of dollars to Rosatom — a Russian nuclear firm that maintains Moscow’s nuclear weapons complex and just filched a $60-billion Ukrainian nuclear plant. Read more at The Hill

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Identity: The Key to America’s Problems, Now …and Before

That the “identification” issue is at the heart of America’s problems, at first glance, seems to be a simplified and misleading appreciation of the many and varied issues that have plagued the country from the beginning. Yet “identity” has always been the issue, again, from the beginning. While generally unknown to the public, the American…

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