Dan Rather Reports at IWP

The television news magazine Dan Rather Reports came to IWP on Friday, February 29, 2008 to tape a roundtable discussion of efforts to reform the US intelligence community, the structure of CIA, and the role of the National Security Council as a consumer of intelligence.Participating in the discussion with Dan Rather were IWP's founder and…

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Prof. Edwards receives media award

Accuracy in Media has awarded the 2008 Reed Irvine Accuracy in Media Award to IWP adjunct professor Dr. Lee Edwards for his service as chairman of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. 

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Secret Service invites IWP students to apply

The United States Secret Service has invited IWP students to apply to serve as student trainee intelligence analysts for the Intelligence Division of the Service's Office of Protective Research.  Students accepted for this program will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of complex analytical projects, as well as continue their studies in intelligence,…

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IWP president speaks at Pentagon

“There has been a catastrophic loss of ideological warriors” throughout the US government.  That’s what Dr. John Lenczowski, founder and president of The Institute of World Politics, reported to a group of fifty senior U.S. Army officers and civilians at the Pentagon on December 5, 2007.   Dr. Lenczowski was discussing the problems of creating an integrated…

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IWP announces new professors, courses for 2008

The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce that S. Eugene Poteat and Dr. Raymond J. Batvinis have joined its faculty to teach two new graduate courses.  Professor Poteat has over forty years of experience in conceiving, planning, developing, and implementing high-tech programs related to intelligence and national security.  From 1960 to 1980, he…

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The Public Diplomacy Reader: Available only at IWP

The long-awaited Public Diplomacy Reader is available exclusively through The Institute of World Politics, from July 31 to mid-August 2007. More than two years in preparation, the 500-page edited volume will not be available in stores or from Amazon and other major online booksellers until late August or early September. Patrons of IWP may purchase…

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Strategic Intelligence Studies: New M.A. program starts in fall

IWP is pleased to announce its new Master of Arts in Strategic Intelligence Studies.The program begins in the fall 2007 semester with a curriculum that incorporates the offerings in our current intelligence certificate program and intelligence concentration within the M.A. in Statecraft and National Security Affairs, plus a greatly expanded list of courses in the intelligence…

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IWP Press starts with four new books

IWP’s new academic imprint, The Institute of World Politics Press, announces its first four books now in production. The first, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War, is a monograph outlining a message strategy against terrorists and international extremists. The report has received favorable attention on Fox News and in the Armed Forces Journal.…

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