Alumnus Jay Gress joins State, heads to Helsinki

Jay Gress (IWP 2007) has recently joined the US Department of State as a foreign service officer.  He reports that his MA in Statecraft and National Security Affairs, combined with his several years as a government technology contractor, has prepared him well for this exciting new opportunity.

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Prof. Kelley speaks at Cambridge University intel seminar

Earlier this month, IWP Adjunct Professor Brian Kelley was a featured speaker in an intelligence seminar at Cambridge University directed by Professor Christopher Andrew.  Prof. Kelley spoke about the Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames spy cases and how that espionage affected the national security of the United States during the Cold War. Professor Andrew is one of the…

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Victor Ashe, US Ambassador to Poland, speaks at IWP

On Thursday, February 26th, the Hon. Victor Ashe, US Ambassador to Poland, addressed a standing-room-only group of students, faculty, and friends at The Institute of World Politics.  Ambassador Ashe, one of the longest-serving ambassadors in the US diplomatic community, addressed many questions of US relations with Poland, including matters related to Poland’s membership in the…

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