Steinhauser saluting MG Bodisch, TXSG OCS Graduation Class 20

Service in Texas State Guard inspired by IWP Career Services

Above: Brendan is pinned by his father with the rank of 2nd Lt. at his TXSG OCS graduation ceremony. “I really appreciate your help and support. You pointed me in the right direction, and I’m so glad I joined the Texas State Guard.” -Brendan Steinhauser (’13) to IWP Career Services Director Derrick Dortch Brendan Steinhauser…

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Dr. Norman Bailey edits book on the facilitators of terrorist and criminal networks

IWP professor Dr. Norman Bailey’s new book, Servants of the Devil: The Facilitators of the Criminal and Terrorist Networks, will be released this month. This book, which was edited by Dr. Bailey and Bernard Touboul, serves to warn high-ranking officials – security authorities, government officials, businesses, and financial leaders – that terrorist and criminal networks…

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Prof. Al Santoli

Prof. Al Santoli teaches cultural intelligence and its applications

Albert Santoli, founder and president of the non-profit Asia America Initiative (AAI), uses his extensive professional experience as a basis for the courses he teaches at IWP: Peace, Strategy, and Conflict Resolution (IWP 625), Cultural Intelligence for Strategy and Analysis (IWP 640), and Counterterrorism through Cultural Engagement and Development (IWP 670). His unique background informs…

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John Sano, Photo from Spycraft on Netflix

Netflix’s “Spycraft” features Prof. John Sano and alumnus Dr. David Charney

IWP Professor John Sano, alumnus Dr. David Charney, and several IWP guest speakers are featured in Netflix’s series Spycraft (released January 2021), which documents the most prolific covert technologies and operations of the 20th and 21st centuries. Professor John Sano appeared in three episodes, in which he commented on aspects of espionage from spy-handler communications to…

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What’s Up with Navalny?

A shorter version of this article was published by Newsmax.  Russian opposition leader Andrei Navalny has become, arguably, the most recognizable domestic foe of the Kremlin’s Vladimir Putin. Following a botched assassination attempt in August 2020, Navalny’s story hit the news everywhere in the West. He was poisoned with the Novichok agent while returning on…

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Philip P. Cave, Jr. receives first Great Statesman Scholarship

IWP is pleased to announce the first recipient of the new Great Statesman Scholarship program—Philip P. Cave, Jr., a new student at the Institute in spring 2021. Philip has received the President Dwight Eisenhower Scholarship, funded by IWP Trustee and alumnus Michael C. Maibach. Conceived of by Mr. Maibach, the Great Statesman Scholarship program allows…

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