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The Euro Has Nothing To Do With NATO

Publication Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Debates about European security and geopolitical interests have largely been neglected in the decades following the Cold War. When college students in Germany talk about European cooperation it is mostly in regard to economic and cultural “harmonization.”   {read more}

IWP tuition to remain the same for 2015-16

Publication Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The Institute of World Politics truly is a unique institution within academia, and this is no accident. All aspects of the school are designed to provide students with the best possible education in preparation for a career in public service. These aspects include small class sizes, a scholar-practitioner faculty, relevant coursework, and importantly, the most competitive tuition rates in Washington D.C.  {read more}

Alumna Caitlin Schindler discusses the history of U.S. public diplomacy

Publication Date: Friday, May 22, 2015

On May 20, 2015, Dr. Caitlin Schindler, IWP Class of 2010, gave a lecture on the topic of "New Century, Same Problems: U.S. Public Diplomacy in Context."    {read more}

IWP holds student symposium on the Syrian-Mesopotamian crisis

Publication Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015

On Thursday, May 14, five students presented papers at the first IWP Student Symposium. The event, entitled "The Greater Syrian-Mesopotamian Crisis," was organized by IWP Student Ambassadors Jaime Loizzo and Katrina Klaus.  {read more}

The new maritime era and its geopolitical implications

By Stephen Klimczuk-Massion

Publication Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The Ivey Business Journal has recently published an article written by IWP Advisory Board member Stephen Climczuk-Massion which recognizes the birth of a new maritime age. The article “looks to the horizon, hoping to inspire managers to think about the rising influence of seaborne activity and related waves of change that will impact global commerce, including some with the potential to sink unprepared operations.” It bears dramatic implications for the work of the geopolitician as well.   {read more}