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For America "The War to End War" Was Just the Beginning

By John J. Tierney, Jr.

Publication Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The most enduring legacy of World War I for the United States has been the emergence of a unique set of internationalist principles, which has allowed the country to elevate itself to a self-defined pedestal of righteous virtue justifying the pursuit of its foreign policies.  {read more}

First the speech, now the letter

The US administration is under siege over its strategy on a nuclear Iran.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

It appears that there is no end to the surprises coming from the US Congress.   {read more}

Jennifer Giglio joins IWP as Director of the Chancellor’s Council

Publication Date: Monday, March 16, 2015

The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Giglio to its Institutional Advancement team.  {read more}

War with Iran is probably our best option

By Joshua Muravchik

Publication Date: Monday, March 16, 2015

The logical flaw in the indictment of a looming "very bad" nuclear deal with Iran that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered before Congress this month was his claim that we could secure a "good deal" by calling Iran's bluff and imposing tougher sanctions. The Iranian regime that Netanyahu described so vividly - violent, rapacious, devious and redolent with hatred for Israel and the United States - is bound to continue its quest for nuclear weapons by refusing any "good deal" or by cheating.  {read more}

IWP alumnus Benjamin Fricke critiques the idea of an EU Army

Publication Date: Monday, March 16, 2015

In a recent article for Political Developments Research Center, IWP alumnus Benjamin Fricke critiqued the idea of a single European army.    {read more}

Prof. James Carafano discusses his book “Surviving to the End”

By David Kinney

Publication Date: Friday, March 13, 2015

On March 11th, The Institute of World Politics hosted Professor James Carafano for a lecture event regarding his new book Surviving the End: A Practical Guide for Everyday Americans in the Age of Terror{read more}

No deal could be best deal on Iran

Stiffer Western resolve, thanks to France, could leave Iran bogged down in regional conflict.

By Norman A. Bailey

Publication Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech before the joint houses of the American Congress appears not to have had much effect on public opinion, either in Israel or in the US. Polls show little change in party preferences for the upcoming elections in Israel, nor have they shown significant change in the support of the American people for Israel.  {read more}

David Iglesias discusses Marines, human rights, and Guantanamo at IWP

Publication Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

In a lecture sponsored by IWP's Center for Human Rights and International Affairs, David C. Iglesias, J.D., US Navy (Ret.) gave a lecture on the topic of "Of Marines, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Guantanamo and Beyond" at the Institute on March 9.  {read more}

IWP team participates in CSIS-US Army War College International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise for second year

Publication Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

This past week, a team of students and alumni from The Institute of World Politics participated in the South China Sea iteration of the US Army War College-created International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise.  {read more}

The Case for Preserving Cultural History

Publication Date: Monday, March 9, 2015

In the past few weeks amid the daily reports of the military situation in Iraq and Syria, disturbing accounts of the destruction of cultural artifacts and books have been reported in Mosul, Iraq.   {read more}

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