IWP scholar-practitioners teach all the arts of statecraft in a setting that encourages discussion and debate and thoroughly prepares students for career success.
IWP offers seven master’s degrees with a curriculum that includes statecraft, history, American political philosophy, the Western moral tradition, economics, and moral leadership.
The faculty are experts from the national security and international relations fields, scholar-practitioners with both academic credentials and high-level experience.
The student body includes recent graduates and a mix of mid-career professionals whose various perspectives enrich the classroom experience.
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IWP students become leaders in the national security and foreign policy fields through the study of all the instruments of power, and 97% earn jobs in their field.
IWP Research Professor Stefan Halper was recently interviewd by the Voice of America on his new book Tibet: An Unfinished Story.
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