IWP launches new 1947 Club

In today’s world, the United States is in need of strong leaders to protect our nation and further peace and security. Since 1990, The Institute of World Politics has been preparing future leaders to do just this, and your support is essential to continue our mission.

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IWP announces new Academic Dean

IWP President John Lenczowski is pleased to announce a changing of the guard in the office of the Institute’s Academic Dean.  Dr. Chodakiewicz will be stepping down after five years of service in this job, and IWP’s longtime Adjunct Professor, Dr. Charles Smith, has been appointed as the new Dean. 

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Dr. Lenczowski comments on Russian agents of influence

Dr. John Lenczowski commented on Fox News Radio on the Russian agents of influence who were recently arrested by the FBI.  Dr. Lenczowski served as the Director of European and Soviet Affairs at the National Security Council from 1983-1987, and was the principal Soviet affairs advisor to President Reagan. 

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Congratulations to the Class of 2010

IWP is proud of the Class of 2010!  The Commencement Ceremony took place on June 5, 2010, and the speaker was Ambassador Hugh Montgomery, former OSS and CIA Officer.  Over 300 family members and friends came to support the Class of 2010 and celebrate their graduation.

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IWP student Brendan Steinhauser quoted in Washington Post

IWP student Brendan Steinhauser was recently quoted in the Washington Post in an article about the tea party movement.  Brendan is a grass-roots director for FreedomWorks, an organization which recruits, educates, trains and mobilizes grassroots activists, many of whom are in the tea party movement.

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Two IWP students run in Congressional primaries

Despite the meticulous examination of the 2010 elections by pundits across the nation, a noteworthy fact remains under-reported: two IWP students have been seeking party nominations in order to run in contests for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives this November.

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