Books by IWP Faculty

Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War

Publication Date: April 2016

Since September 11, 2001, America has been at war. And that's about all anyone can say with certainty about a conflict that has cost 7,000 American lives and almost $2 trillion. As long as the most basic strategic questions -- Who is the enemy? Why are we fighting? -- remain unanswered, victory is impossible.   {read more}

The Grand Strategy that Won the Cold War: Architecture of Triumph

Edited by Norman A. Bailey, Douglas E. Streusand, Francis Marlo

Publication Date: January 14, 2016

This book demonstrates that under the leadership of President Ronald Reagan and through the mechanism of his National Security Council staff, the United States developed and executed a comprehensive grand strategy, involving the coordinated use of the diplomatic, informational, military, and economic instruments of national power, and that that grand strategy led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.   {read more}

For the Least of These: A Biblical Answer to Poverty

Edited by Anne Rathbone Bradley, Arthur W. Lindsley

Publication Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Today, many thoughtful and compassionate Christians are addressing the challenge of alleviating poverty. But while much progress has been made, many well-intentioned efforts have led Christians to actions that are not only ineffective, but leave the most vulnerable in a worse situation than before. Is there a better answer?  {read more}

Moving Beyond Pretense: Nuclear Power and Nonproliferation

Edited by Henry D. Sokolski

Publication Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The U.S. President and nearly all his critics agree that the spread of nuclear weapons and the possibility of their seizure and potential use is the greatest danger facing the United States and the world. Looking at the way government and industry officials downplay the risks of civilian nuclear technology and materials being diverted to make bombs, one would get almost the opposite impression.  {read more}

Trasnformacja czy niepodległość?

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: Thursday, June 12, 2014

Trasnformacja czy niepodległość? [Transformation or Independence?] (Gdańsk: Patria Media, 2014) assesses the past quarter-century of post-communism in Poland (1989 - 2014).  {read more}

Hoover's Secret War against Axis Spies: FBI Counterespionage during World War II

By Raymond J. Batvinis

Publication Date: Friday, March 28, 2014

The world was at war, America precariously poised on the sidelines. But already a second secret war was well underway. While he fought on the home front to consolidate the FBI's intelligence gathering power, J. Edgar Hoover was conducting an all-out campaign to make his agency America's first foreign espionage service--a campaign that would lead to an uneasy alliance with British intelligence in a brilliantly successful operation to undermine Germany.  {read more}

Nuclear Weapons Materials Gone Missing: What Does History Teach?

Edited by Henry D. Sokolski

Publication Date: March 2014

Ever since President Obama made securing nuclear weapons assets a top priority for his global arms control agenda, guarding and disposing of these holdings have become an international security preoccupation.   {read more}

A Citizen's Guide to Terrorism and Counterterrorism

By Christopher C. Harmon

Publication Date: Thursday, December 19, 2013

This Citizen's Guide addresses the public policy issues of terrorism and counterterrorism in the United States after Bin Laden's death. Written for the thinking citizen and student alike, this succinct and up-to-date book takes a "grand strategy" approach toward terrorism and uses examples and issues drawn from present-day perpetrators and actors.  {read more}

Intermarium: The Land between the Black and Baltic Seas

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Publication Date: October 2012

History and collective memories influence a nation, its culture, and institutions; hence, its domestic politics and foreign policy. That is the case in the Intermarium, the land between the Baltic and Black Seas in Eastern Europe. The area is the last unabashed rampart of Western Civilization in the East, and a point of convergence of disparate cultures.   {read more}

The Next Arms Race

Edited by Henry D. Sokolski

Publication Date: July 2012

With New START now being implemented with Russia, it has become fashionable to push for even far deeper cuts, perhaps as low as several warheads on each side. Such low numbers, though, approach what other nuclear weapons states, such as France, China, Israel, India, and Pakistan, either have or plan to get.   {read more}

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