Key military intelligence leader speaks at IWP

On Friday, February 18, 2011, Major General Michael T. Flynn, who has been nominated for Assistant Deputy National Intelligence (DNI), and recently served as Chief, CJ2, International Security Assistance Force and CJ2, United States Forces – Afghanistan, gave a report to IWP students, faculty, and friends on Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Don Arthur, MD, discusses medical diplomacy at IWP

On Friday, January 28, 2011, the 35th Surgeon General of the US Navy, Dr. Don Arthur, discussed medical diplomacy at IWP. He was introduced by an IWP friend and supporter RADM Dave Rogers. Admiral Rogers described Dr. Arthur’s many professional and academic achievements.

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Firsthand leadership

On Wednesday, July 7, Rear Admiral David Rogers USN, Ret., discussed the qualities of leadership and the importance of personal relationships in interagency and international operations at a gathering of IWP students, interns, and friends.

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Meese calls IWP a ‘model of graduate study’

Former US Attorney General Edwin Meese, one of the influential members of President Ronald Reagan’s inner circle and a central figure in the successful US strategy to end the Cold War, praised the Institute of World Politics as a “model” for rebuilding the country’s national security education system. In an address to IWP’s 2006 graduating class, Meese…

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Class of 2006 graduates on eve of accreditation

The Institute of World Politics Class of 2006 graduated triumphantly June 9, as the recipients of three certificates and 12 Master’s degrees anticipated the imminent accreditation of the school. “Studying here at the Institute of World Politics has only reinforced for me the idea that this subject called statecraft begins and ends with the character…

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