News & Publications

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Surprise: The Pearl Harbor Case

By John J. Tierney, Jr.

Publication Date: Monday, April 8, 2019

One of the most lasting mysteries in American history remains the Pearl Harbor case, not who did it but who was responsible.  {read more}

Ryan Vogel discusses the United States' Practice of Wartime Detention

Publication Date: Friday, April 5, 2019

On March 28, 2019, Professor Ryan Vogel of Utah Valley University presented a lecture at The Institute of World Politics titled "The United States' Practice of Wartime Detention."  {read more}

NATO at Seventy: Filling NATO’s Critical Defense-Capability Gaps

By Wayne A. Schroeder

Publication Date: Friday, April 5, 2019

The international rules-based world order, as established at the end of the Second World War, is currently undergoing a series of unprecedented challenges that are impacting NATO and its twenty-nine constituent members.   {read more}

Prof. Henry Sokolski writes report on “Improving the Role of Intelligence in Counterproliferation Policymaking”

Publication Date: Friday, April 5, 2019

IWP Professor Henry Sokolski has recently completed an extensive two-year research project for the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center that has culminated in a paper entitled: "Improving the Role of Intelligence in Counterproliferation Policymaking: Speaking Truth to Nonproliferation Project, 2018."  {read more}

The Uncivil War

By John J. Tierney, Jr.

Publication Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019

One of the best evidences of the horrors of war, especially to the innocent, are the photos of bombed out cities after the Second World War. The destruction of once-magnificent architectural marvels such as Berlin, Tokyo, Coventry, plus the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, gives testimony to mankind's lasting capacity for horror on scales formerly unknown to rational minds.  {read more}

John Lenczowski discusses “Understanding Communism” in video series

Publication Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Dr. John Lenczowski, Founder and President of The Institute of World Politics, participated in the BL's "In Great Mind" series called, "Understanding Communism."  {read more}

Making the Chinese Communist Party Mad

By Madeline Schwartz

Publication Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

On Monday, March 11th, Mr. Chen Guangcheng, a human rights activist from China, known as "the barefoot lawyer," gave a lecture entitled "China: Kidnapped by the Communist Party" at The Institute of World Politics. Mr. Chen described his human rights work and discussed the realities of the Chinese Communist Party.  {read more}

How The Cloud can Improve Data Security

By Marco Salvo

Publication Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2019

There has been much speculation on whether or not the cloud can positively impact data security.  {read more}

American Terrorists

By John J. Tierney, Jr.

Publication Date: Monday, April 1, 2019

Thus far, the bulk of attention in the twenty-first century on U.S. foreign policy has been the so-called "War on Terror" that began with the opening strike in 2001. Although few believe that American existence is at stake, the violence, death-toll, and societal disruption have made a lasting impression.   {read more}

Czech Cyber Attaché speaks at Cyber Embassy Night

By Katie Kline

Publication Date: Thursday, March 28, 2019

In late March of 2019, dozens of senior diplomats and officials of the United States (U.S.) and her closest allies assembled under the roof of the Marlatt Mansion for the 3rd Cyber Embassy Night (CEN).   {read more}

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