IWP welcomes Rebeccah Heinrichs to the faculty

IWP is pleased to welcome Rebeccah Heinrichs, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, as an adjunct faculty member. At Hudson, Ms. Heinrichs provides research and commentary on a range of national security issues and specializes in nuclear deterrence, missile defense, and counter-proliferation.

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Dr. Michael Pillsbury to teach Chinese Grand Strategy this fall

The Institute of World Politics is pleased to welcome a new adjunct faculty member, Dr. Michael Pillsbury. Starting this fall, Dr. Pillsbury will be teaching Chinese Grand Strategy: Foreign and Military Policy (IWP 630), a course that aims to provide students with an understanding of contemporary Chinese grand strategy.

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Alumnus Zak Allal joins IWP as Non-Resident Scholar

The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce that Dr. Zak Allal, a 2018 IWP graduate, will become a Non-Resident Scholar at the Institute.  He graduated from IWP this May with a Professional Master’s degree in Strategic and International Studies and plans to focus his scholarly research on technological progress, including how emerging technology impacts global…

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IWP presents cyber award to West Point graduate

On Thursday, May 24, CAPT Dean Lane, USN (Ret.), Senior Vice President for Cyber Intelligence, and CAPT Chris Glass USN (Ret.), Senior Vice President for Professional Affiliations, presented the first annual Institute of World Politics Cyber Statecraft Award to 2nd Lieutenant Lexie Johnson, US Army.

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Prof. Henry Sokolski discusses Iran’s nuclear program on the John Batchelor Show

On May 3rd, 2018, Institute of World Politics Professor Henry Sokolski appeared on the John Batchelor Show on a podcast entitled “Can Iran Fashion a Nuclear Warhead for a Ballistic Missile?” to discuss Iran’s potential capability of building nuclear weapons in light of Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, revealing evidence of continued progress on the Iranian nuclear…

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