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Donor Spotlight

Meet IWP supporters Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos

IWP is grateful to all of its supporters who are helping IWP grow and continue its mission of preparing the next generation of leaders.  The gala celebration of IWP’s 20th anniversary, however, would not have been possible without the dedication of two particular supporters and friends of IWP – Louis DeJoy and Amb. Aldona Wos.

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Institutional Supporter Profile: Earhart Foundation

Earhart Foundation has been a major supporter of The Institute of World Politics since 1992.  The Institute’s success would have been impossible without the Foundation’s generosity, and IWP has been honored to work with Earhart to further educational excellence in the fields of international relations and national security.

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Cut-and-Paste History

In this article Dr. Chodakiewicz provides a short and succinct explanation of Jan Gross’s post-modernist methodology. When applied to history, this approach amounts to cutting and pasting of tendentiously selected pieces of evidence which appear to corroborate a conclusion formulated without the necessary research.

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Armed Forces Journal reviews new IWP Press book

The Armed Forces Journal has published a review of Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War, a book authored by an IWP professor and the first publication of IWP Press. “The book is packed with action points that could be implemented rapidly and at little cost,” writes Armed Forces Journal editor Karen Walker.…

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It’s propaganda time

Critics of the Iraq war are outraged over the revelation that the U.S. military has been paying millions of dollars to plant pro-American, Pentagon-written propaganda articles in Iraqi newspapers and to buy off Iraqi journalists with monthly stipends. As Professor Walter Jajko writes in a December 2, 2005 Los Angeles Times op-ed, it's about time.

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NBC: Professor warned of Russian lobbying scandal 8 years ago

NBC Nightly News reports how an IWP professor in 1997 warned a Washington lobbying firm to stay away from a shadowy Russian oil company that sought to buy influence on Capitol Hill. Senior Investigative Correspondent Lisa Myers and the NBC Investigative Unit report that the head of the Russian company in question paid the expenses of a…

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Nonproliferation Hinges on North Korea

Some governments involved with proliferation might see the North Korean talks as an end in themselves. So long as we are negotiating, they hope, Washington can hardly risk killing the talks by taking any adverse actions (e.g., terminating the reactors, interdicting weapons-related shipments, identifying Pyongyang at the U.N. as an NPT violator and possibly sanctioning it there,…

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Tricks of the Terror Trade

There is much more than meets the eye about the 2003 controversy surrounding the forged documents about Iraqi attempts to buy uranium from Africa.

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American Communism Revealed

After the Bolshevik takeover in 1917, the American right began to quarrel about Communism with the domestic left. Without appropriate documents, the right could not prove its anti-Communist charges. Consequently, the left jeered at the right for the latter’s alleged paranoia. The left was able to depict anti-Communism as an assault on American liberties. From…

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Books

Cultural Intelligence for Winning the Peace

In this anthology, a score of experts in counterinsurgency warfare, cultural anthropology, and strategic communications look at ways in which the study of foreign cultures and cultural phenomena may be used by policymakers, peacekeepers, soldiers, intelligence officers, and diplomats. Exploring areas from HUMINT to information operations, this book presents a modern approach to the ancient…

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