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Military Pragmatism According to St. Thomas More

It has been much debated whether Utopia’s peculiar chapter on war expressed the naivety of Sir Thomas or his cynicism. The discussions on this topic have been uninterrupted since 1516 and were particularly fierce in the 1930’s, dividing British scholars from German academics.

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Transcript: Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S. Grand Strategy

Below is a transcript of a lecture by Barry R. Posen, Ford International Professor of Political Science at MIT and Director of the MIT Security Studies Program.  This lecture, entitled “Restraint: A New Foundation for U.S. Grand Strategy” was delivered at IWP on September 24, 2015, and was sponsored by the Charles Koch Foundation.

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Student Privacy Policy

FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and the Release of Student Information The Institute may release the following directory information upon request: student’s name; IWP e-mail address, dates of attendance, and any degrees, certificates, or awards received. Directory information may be disclosed without student consent. However, students have the right to refuse the release…

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A Zionist Multiculturalist for Compromise

Many a scholar strives to expound his thoughts in harmony with modern concerns. Thus,Dariusz Stola depicts an important Jewish nationalist leader and Polish politician as a precursor of the modern-day multiculturalist. Although this approach is perhaps quite valid, the author has fortunately limited such theorizing largely to the conclusion of Hope and Holocaust: Ignacy Schwarzbart…

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General Raymond Odierno, LTC Gavin Rice, Dr. John Lenczowski

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Lieutenant Colonel Howard (Gavin) Rice (’14): U.S. Army Strategist

Above: Gavin Rice at IWP Commencement in 2013. He is pictured with General Raymond Odierno, who is now retired from the U.S. Army and serves on the IWP Board of Trustees, and Dr. John Lenczowski, founder and President of IWP.  “IWP helped me understand that execution without a strategy, direction without a clear vision, and…

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Past Events

IWP professors discuss new initiatives in combating Islamic extremism

On August 19th, 2020 The Institute of World Politics hosted a webinar entitled “Countering Islamist Political Extremism by Orchestrating the Instruments of National Power” which was a part of the Winning Without War series. The event featured Dr. Christopher C. Harmon and Dr. Douglas E. Streusand and was moderated by Michael C. Maibach, an IWP…

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Outer Space: The Last Frontier

Hope Presidents are prone to elevate their policies to the highest levels, using words, “great,” “new,” etc. to advertise how unique they are going to be in the world. Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy introduced us to a “New Deal” and “New Frontier,” respectively, and now Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez (AOC to us) has added…

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Kipling is Back: Neo-colonialism in Modern America

Flunking History While it is fashionable in the modern United States to disparage any and all recall of history, it is equally possible that, without knowing it, modern Americans are simply bringing forgotten history back to life. This is particularly so in left-wing ideological circles, much of academia, the media, and the “politically correct” culture.…

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