AFIO invites Institute students to apply for internship

The Association For Intelligence Officers (AFIO), a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of US intelligence professionals and the intelligence community, invites IWP students to apply for a part-time paid internship.  Applicants should have very strong computer skills and have their own transportation as AFIO's offices in McLean, Virginia are not accessible by Metro.Interested students should…

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IWP announces spring semester schedule change

The Institute's Spring 2009 semester will begin on Monday, January 26 and not W ednesday, January 21 as previously scheduled. The change is due largely to the events, schedules and traffic concerns surrounding inauguration week (January 19-23). This also means that the end of the spring semester (i.e., final examinations) will be May 11-14 (the…

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Prof. Edwards discusses consequences of Cuban revolution

IWP Adjunct Professor Lee Edwards lent his expertise to a panel discussion of "The Costs and Consequences of the Cuban Revolution" at the Heritage Foundation on December 16, 2008.  Prof. Edwards joined Mark Falcoff (resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute) and the Hon. Carlos Gutierrez (US Secretary of Commerce) in the event hosted by the Heritage Foundation.  An…

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IWP announces holiday & inauguration schedule

The Institute of World Politics has announced its schedule for the coming holiday season. The Institute's offices will be closed on: Thursday, December 25 (Christmas Day)Friday, December 26Thursday, January 1 (New Year's Day)Monday, January 19 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)Tuesday, January 20 (Inauguration Day) The spring 2009 semester begins Wednesday, January 21. The Institute of…

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IREX announces short-term travel grants for scholars

IREX, the International Research and Exchanges Board, has announced that it is accepting applications for its 2009-2010 short term travel grants program.  The grant program provides scholarships to US scholars and professionals for up to eight weeks of overseas research on contemporary political, economic, historical, or cultural developments relevant to US foreign policy.  Twenty-nine countries in Eastern Europe and Central…

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National Military Intelligence Association sponsors scholarship

The National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA) and the National Military Intelligence Foundation (NMIF)are sponsoring three $2,000 scholarships for the second semester of the 2008-09 academic year to support education in intelligence studies. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in a program in intelligence studies, or be enrolled in a significant number of intelligence courses.  Students…

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