Experts discuss how the U.S. can “Win Without War”

On May 27, IWP alumnus and Trustee Michael C. Maibach moderated a virtual panel discussion with IWP professors Dr. John Lenczowski, Dr. Frank Marlo, and Dr. David Glancy in which they discussed “winning without war” and how future leaders can achieve this concept. About the Panelists Dr. John Lenczowski served in the State Department in…

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U.S. Should Stay Put in Germany

President Donald Trump had a bad day because Berlin annoyed him again. Therefore he blurted out that he’d withdraw almost 10,000 U.S. troops out of nearly 35,000 stationed in Germany. I hope he does not follow through. Read more at Newsmax.com

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Destination Siberia

by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz (reviewer) The Mass Deportation of Poles to Siberia, 1863-1880 by Andrew A. Gentes (author) A leading expert on imperial Russia’s penal issues, including St. Petersburg’s use and abuse of Siberia as its favorite dumping ground for undesirables, Andrew A. Gentes, has given us a rare treat: a well-researched and trenchantly argued…

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Experts discuss the Islamic insurgency in Northern Mozambique

On May 15th, a panel of experts hosted a webinar in which they discussed the ongoing Islamic insurgency led by Ansar al-Sunna in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique. In attendance were Ms. Martina Perino and Dr. Gregory Pirio, as well as Professor Hashem Mekki who moderated the panel. Ms. Martina Perino, originally from Mozambique…

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Poland Angered as Protesters Smear Hero’s Statue

Unlike in Western Europe, where, following the slaying of George Floyd, so-called “sympathy demonstrations” ensued against “American racism,” the Three Seas region has been relatively calm. In fact, if anything, the original sympathy toward the protesters in Minneapolis has turned sour as the images of mayhem, violence, arson and looting across America zoomed over the…

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Small military nuclear reactors: In need of global safeguards

The US Defense Department recently awarded three contracts totaling $40 million to kick off a design competition to build small mobile nuclear reactors that can “be forward deployed with forces outside the continental United States,” including at “remote operating bases.” The notion of small reactors accompanying troops in battle raises all sorts of military, logistical, and international…

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Revolution

Crane Brinton’s views on revolution In his classic study, Anatomy of Revolution (1938), Harvard Professor Crane Brinton compared the four great political revolutions (English, American, French, Russian) to a “fever” that contained several stages, eventually ending in a new and invigorated society but still based upon  cultures inherited from the past. That is to say,…

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