Dr. Christopher C. Harmon discusses Iran nuclear and terrorism policy issues

On May 2, 2019, IWP professor Dr. Christopher C. Harmon discussed “Iran Nuclear and Terrorism Policy Issues” on an expert panel at the Heritage Foundation. He began his discussion with an analysis of previous terrorist attacks during the Iran/ Iraq War. He described the chronology and progression of terrorist attacks from assassination attempts and the…

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Responding to Iranian threats: Prof. Rebeccah Heinrichs comments

On “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Rebeccah Heinrichs, a professor at The Institute of World Politics, discussed how the United States will react to Iran’s threats of violating limitations on its nuclear program. The program began with a discussion of how countries like Germany, France, and Italy are concerned that the President of the United States…

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Belgian Defense College Visit

IWP hosts officers from the Belgian Command and General Staff College

On Monday June 24, 2019, officers from the Belgian Command and General Staff College visited IWP as part of their annual United States capstone tour. This is the third year in a row that students from the College have visited the Institute during the Washington portion of their trip. Thirty-three officers from 12 nations attended…

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IWP and Patrick Henry College sign partnership agreement

The Institute of World Politics has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Patrick Henry College (PHC) in Purcellville, VA. Gordon R. Middleton, Director of Strategic Intelligence Program and Assistant Professor of Strategic Intelligence at Patrick Henry College worked with IWP Director of Graduate Recruitment Tim Stebbins to craft the MoU. “This is a…

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New course on North Korea to be taught by Prof. John Sano

IWP will be offering a new course within its Asian Specialization program, entitled North Korea and the Geopolitics of Northeast Asia (IWP 689, 4 credits) for the Fall 2019 semester. North Korea: A foreign policy and intelligence problem Perhaps no other region in the world has evoked more controversy nor generated more interest and concern…

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