News & Publications

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Professor Santoli works to defeat terror without weapons in the Philippines

By William Hartnett

Publication Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018

Receiving a modern education in Southeast Asia has been historically difficult for decades. Many barriers often stand in the way: poverty limits supplies and the number of teachers available, drug gangs and kidnappers easily cause havoc, conflict exists between Muslims and Christians, and opportunities for young women are limited.  {read more}

No God, No Civilization: A new book by Amb. Alberto Piedra

By William Hartnett

Publication Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018

In his new book No God No Civilization, Amb. Alberto Martinez Piedra, Ph.D., a respected scholar, former U.S. ambassador, and IWP Professor Emeritus, discusses the historical context of the New Atheist movement and defends the achievements of Judeo-Christian traditions.  {read more}

For Germany, Trump is an Opportunity for a Look in the Mirror

Publication Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Instead of panicking over the U.S. president, Berlin needs to fix the disastrous state of its military and return to a reasonable foreign policy.  {read more}

David and Lynzie Haynes join IWP Advisory Board

Publication Date: Wednesday, September 12, 2018

IWP is pleased to announce that David and Lynzie Haynes have joined the Board of Advisors.  {read more}

Will there be a sea change in the Middle East?

Publication Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018

It is true that the one thing we know nothing about is the future. It is also true that of all the regions of the world, that which is most unstable and thus unpredictable is the Middle East. What is true today was not true yesterday and will very likely not be true tomorrow.  {read more}