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The Institute of World Politics is a graduate school of national security and international affairs, dedicated to developing leaders with a sound understanding of international realities and the ethical conduct of statecraft, based on knowledge and appreciation of the principles of the American political economy and the Western moral tradition. **Please note that the views expressed by our guest lecturers do not necessarily reflect the views of The Institute of World Politics.**
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Jan Jekielek explains many facts/realities about CCP policies, activities, and laws. The first was the 2017 National Intelligence Law and the second the concept of Military-Civil Fusion, one of Xi Jinping’s seven national priorities. He discusses much of what we’ve learned about how TikTok works, and about what TikTok is, and how it is likely being…
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About the Lecture:Glenn Corn will provide a ground-level perspective of the current situation in Ukraine and discuss why it's important for the U.S. to support the Ukraine's fight against the Russian invasion.About the Speaker:Glenn Corn is a 34-year veteran of the U.S. Intelligence and Foreign Affairs communities. Prof. Corn served for over 20 yea…
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An Alexander Hamilton Society student roundtable discussion focusing on current affairs in East Asia, what would happen leading up to an invasion of Taiwan or conflict breaking out in the South China Sea, the policy implications behind it for the region, the United States, and the rest of the world, and then identify unique policy responses outside…
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About the Debate:In Nov 1945, the U.S. joined UNESCO, a new post-WWII organization designed to promote world peace and security.In Dec 1984, President Reagan took the U.S. out of UNESCO citing corruption and mismanagement.In Oct 2003, President George Bush rejoined UNESCO to advance human rights, tolerance, and learning.In Dec 2018, President Trump…
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This lecture is part of the Student Speaker SeriesAbout the Lecture:China's advancements in space technology and orbital operations are second only to the U.S. Historically assisted by the Soviet Union, China's space program has set an impressive timeline of space launch milestones, meeting every spacefaring goal for the past 30 years. Under the gu…
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***This lecture is sponsored by the IAFIE Washington DC Chapter and the IWP IAFIE Alpha Student Chapter***About the Lecture:For a long time, the Australian Signals intelligence (or Sigint) story has been kept secret. Until now…Why does Australia have a national signals intelligence agency? What does it do and why is it controversial? And how signif…
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About the Lecture:**This lecture is part of the Asia Initiative Lecture Series**For 25 years after the end of the Cold War, most of the national security community assumed that nuclear weapon use was unlikely to be part of any future war. But over the last few years, North Korea has made regular threats of nuclear weapon use and Russia also threate…
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About the Lecture:The Wagner Group has operated as a manifestation of Russian influence, supporting critical Russian interests in key domains across the globe. The organization, originally founded in 2014 by oligarch businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin as a private mercenary force, has become one of the more prolific instruments of power projection in th…
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About the Lecture:The current state of politics is divisive, and navigating this is no easy task. As we enter an election year, with over 15 years of non-profit, trade association, multi-client, corporate lobbying experience, and a current advisor to dozens of politicians, political candidates, and past presidential campaigns, Brian Johnson is a ca…
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About the Lecture:In 1991, Ukraine’s independence set the tombstone for the USSR, and the U.S. regained its global primacy. Where are we today? How is it possible that In 2004, a top American expert argued, “stop criticizing Putin and start helping him”? Or that In 2021, Ukraine was not even mentioned in the new administration’s Interim Global Secu…
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About the Speaker:Jim Carter is a Senior Fellow with the America First Policy Institute’s Center for American Prosperity. Previously, as Director, he oversaw the Center’s operations, including research and policy development impacting economic growth, tax and budget policy, regulation, trade, and labor productivity.For nearly a decade, Jim was Vice…
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About the Book:What starts as a minute-by-minute account of a disaster in a war zone quickly turns into an uplifting story of survival and triumph in FINDING WAYPOINTS: A Warrior’s Journey Towards Peace and Purpose by Terese Schlachter and Col. Gregory D. Gadson, (Ret.).Emmy Award winning television producer Schlachter was working at the Pentagon C…
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About the LectureIn the struggle to adopt the US Constitution, the philosopher Montesquieu’s book, Spirit of the Laws, was frequently cited by both proponents and opponents of ratification. Highly regarded at the time of America’s founding, this 1748 masterpiece has fallen into unjust neglect which Professor Allen’s fresh translation and commentary…
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About the Lecture:This discussion will focus on how and why the world is shifting into a multipolar world. The speaker will cover how the United States will need to maneuver to not only keep its current place as the main pole, but also survive the ever coming change.About the Speaker:Mr. Robert T. Roseberry holds a Bachelor of Science in Strategic …
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About the Lecture:Dr. Bulcsu Hoppal would like to highlight some philosophical aspects of the nature of the European Union. He will argue that philosophical personalism (personalistic understanding of the human being) played a decisive role in the formation of the EU. He will address theoretical issues and discuss how Europe is a philosophical phen…
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About the LectureIf America’s center, its citizenry, is not strong, our nation cannot lead internationally: If the United States falters, despotic regimes, led by the People’s Republic of China, will fill the void created, heralding ruin. America can only succeed in this quest if it works most diligently with established as well as new allies. This…
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About the Speakers:Maria Schwaz, a certified social worker, spent 5 years working in psychiatric facilities. While on maternity leave to care for her six children, she received training in Christian pedagogy and has since been teaching at schools and parishes.The European migration crisis of 2015 spurred her on to study the core tenets of Islam. In…
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About the LectureFormer Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Alphonso Jackson will discuss the interconnection between the American Civil Rights movement and international human rights yesterday and today. Jackson grew up in segregated Dallas, Texas. In 1965, he marched for Civil Rights on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama.The relationship betw…
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About the Lecture:From the Black Sea to the Eastern Mediterranean, war and counterterrorism operations define this century. The stakes in this vast, interconnected region are high and growing, and the U.S. needs a better policy and set of statecraft strategies.Russia, joined by help from Iran, wages war against Ukraine. Russian troops occupy part o…
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About the Lecture:Mr. Dave Horvath brings his background in business and the military to the lectern at IWP to discuss private investment as it relates to U.S. national security. In this lecture, he will discuss the importance of American private capital to fill gaps left by traditional government efforts and how private investment fills that gap. …
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***This lecture is sponsored by the IWP IAFIE Alpha Student Chapter***About the Lecture:"The Politicization of U.S. Intelligence: Causes and Consequences” is a presentation in association with Dr. Gentry's recent book, Neutering the CIA: Why US Intelligence Versus Trump Has Long-Term Consequences (Armin Lear Press, 2023). Beginning in 2016 and cont…
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Step into the intriguing world of intelligence and deception as we delve into the psychological tactics of warfare.About Speaker:Dr. Enrico Suardi (IWP Class of 2019, Executive MA in National Security Affairs) is director of psychiatry at Saint Elizabeths Hospital, director of forensic services at the Ross Center in Washington, D.C., and the 2024-2…
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Mr. Fred Rustmann, an IWP Chancellor’s Council Member and Retired Senior CIA Operations Officer, discusses "Wither the CIA?" This video is part of the 2023 Annual Chancellor's Council Meeting sponsored by The Institute of World Politics.***Learn more about IWP graduate programs: https://www.iwp.edu/academic-programs/***Make a gift to IWP: https://i…
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Dr. James S. Robbins, IWP's Dean of Academics, provides introductory remarks for the 2023 Chancellor's Council Meeting. This video is part of the 2023 Annual Chancellor's Council Meeting sponsored by The Institute of World Politics.***Learn more about IWP graduate programs: https://www.iwp.edu/academic-programs/***Make a gift to IWP: https://interl…
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James Rice, IWP Alumnus, discusses "Ukraine's Return to Europe and the Death Throes of an Empire."This video is part of the 2023 Annual Chancellor's Council Meeting sponsored by the Institute of World Politics.***Learn more about IWP graduate programs: https://www.iwp.edu/academic-programs/***Make a gift to IWP: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/…
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The IWP Student Chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society welcomes Mr. Ilan Berman to speak on the relationship between Russia and Iran.About the Lecture:The IWP Student Chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society welcomes Mr. Ilan Berman to speak on the relationship between Russia and Iran. The lecture will go over the history of the Iranian-Russian…
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Dr. Enrico Suardi, IWP Class of 2019 and Chief of Psychiatry at St. Elizabeths Hospital, discusses "Foreign Leaders Analysis: A Profile of Narendra Modi of India." This video is part of the 2023 Annual Chancellor's Council Meeting sponsored by the Institute of World Politics.***Learn more about IWP graduate programs: https://www.iwp.edu/academic-pr…
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Professor Thaddeus V. Gromada discusses "Oskar Halecki , a Political Activist?"This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium.About the SpeakerDr. Thaddeus Vladimir Gromada, a prominent figure born in Passaic, New Jersey, to Polish immigrant parents with a rich cultural heritage, boasts an ex…
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Professor Tadeusz Rutkowski discusses "People's Poland towards Oskar Halecki and his works (1945 - 1990)."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium. About the SpeakerTadeusz Paweł Rutkowski is a historian of modern history, professor at the University of Warsaw. He specializes in the his…
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Professor Marek Kornat discuss "Oskar Halecki in the independent Poland (1918-1939)."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium. About the SpeakerMarek Kornat is a historian. He graduated with his PhD from the Jagiellonian University (UJ) in Kraków in 2000, and subsequently obtained the t…
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Professor Marek Kornat discuss "Oskar Halecki in the independent Poland (1918-1939)."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium. About the SpeakerMarek Kornat is a historian. He graduated with his PhD from the Jagiellonian University (UJ) in Kraków in 2000, and subsequently obtained the t…
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Dr. John Lenczowski discusses "The Implications of U.S. Policy for Russia’s Strategic Decision Making on Ukraine."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium. About the SpeakerFrom 1981 to 1983, Dr. Lenczowski served at the State Department in the Bureau of European Affairs and as the Spec…
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Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz discusses "Reflections about Oskar Halecki."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium, titled "Intermarium and Trimarium - Concepts and New Realities." About the SpeakerAt IWP, Dr. Chodakiewicz holds the Kosciuszko Chair in Polish Studies and leads IWP’s Center…
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This video introduces the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium, titled "Intermarium and Trimarium - Concepts and New Realities." This virtual joint symposium is organized by The Institute of World Politics, in Washington, D.C., USA, and The Oskar Halecki Institute in Ottawa, ON, Canada to commemorate the 50th …
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Dr. Alexander M. Jablonski discusses "Professor Oskar Halecki - Polish Scholar In-Exile (1939 - 1973)."This lecture is part of the 16th annual Kościuszko Chair Conference and the 4th Oskar Halecki Symposium. About the SpeakerDr. Alexander Maciej Jabłoński, P.Eng. received his BSc & MS (civil engineering) from the Technical University of Cracow, Pol…
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Investigative reporter Douglas Burton will discuss the rise of genocidal terrorist movements in Nigeria.About this eventJoin IWP and Douglas Burton for a public lecture on Christian Genocide in Nigeria: its Causes and Reasons It Continues, A Report of Initial Findings from Investigative Reporting.About the Speaker:Douglas Burton is an award-winning…
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Dr. Matthew Jenkins ('23) will discuss what drives states to pursue a space policy and the competitive landscape that is outer space.About the Lecture: The lecture provides a historical overview of space competition, highlighting what drives states to go to space. The lecture concludes with an overview of the new landscape of space power competitio…
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Robert T. Roseberry ('23) will discuss what the world post-Putin could look like.About the Speaker: Mr. Robert T. Roseberry holds a Bachelor of Science in Strategic Intelligence and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Psychology, as well as a Master of Strategic Intelligence Studies from IWP. He has studied Eastern European history and its political …
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Mr. Janusz Bugajski will discuss the state of Russia today and the consequences a failed Russian state may have on the world.About the Lecture: The Russian Federation is a failed state. It has proved unable to transform itself into a nation-state, a civic state, or a stable imperial state. Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has accelerated the…
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Dr. Gordon W. Rudd will discuss the staff structure of Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) and comparable U.S. agencies focused on the region.***This lecture is part of the Asia Initiative Lecture Series.***About Lecture: INDOPACOM is a U.S. regional Combatant Command covering most of Asia and the Pacific.It is based in Hawaii and has an Air Force, Ar…
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Rebecca Burgess discussed the impact of the Constitution on spiritedness and the unique role of soldiers and citizens to defend it. This event is sponsored by the Jack Miller Center. About the Lecture: Soldier-Citizens and Citizen-Soldiers: Spiritedness and the Constitution - The Founding generation was famously concerned about the dangers to liber…
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Rebecca Burgess will discuss the impact of the Constitution on spiritedness and the unique role of soldiers and citizens to defend it. This event is sponsored by the Jack Miller Center. About the Lecture: Soldier-Citizens and Citizen-Soldiers: Spiritedness and the Constitution - The Founding generation was famously concerned about the dangers to li…
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Dr. Peter J. Boettke, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University, discussed his book, "The Road to Socialism and Back: An Economic History of Poland, 1939–2019."About the AuthorPeter J. Boettke, Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute, is a Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University, the director of the F.A…
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Thomas Cromwell, author of "Why Ukraine Must Win," gave a discussion about his book at The Institute of World Politics on September 5, 2023. Thank you to our sponsors who made this event possible: Jennifer London Malcolm McNaughtonKirk VazalJohn CzopAbout the speaker: Mr. Thomas Cromwell is a native of England who spent 25 years in the Middle East …
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Featuring: Dr. Christopher C. Harmon, IWP Professor and Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Future Warfare Distinguished Fellow at Marine Corps University. About the Lecture:Terrorist groups have used a fantastic variety of means to seize attention, explain themselves, and seek recruits and support: song and speech, “guerrilla theater,” leaflets…
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Mr. Mohammed Motiwala will discuss the importance of multilateral cooperation on AI and the U.S. government's efforts in this year.About Lecture: Are you curious about the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and how they are shaping the world? As AI rapidly advances, it is increasingly clear that cooperation among nations is essenti…
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Dr. Enrico Suardi ('19) will discuss state and non-state actors' attempts at developing tools of psychological coercion and manipulation.About the Lecture: This presentation is part of a series of lectures on the behavioral sciences in US national security and public safety. The premise is that the human factor is the basis of crises and the source…
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Mr. Henry Sokolski and Mr. Ezra Cohen will discuss ongoing efforts and recommendations for reforming security classification policy. About the Speakers:Mr. Henry D. Sokolski is the Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, a Washington-based nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to promote a better understanding of strate…
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Dr. Will H. Flanagan will discuss proposed nuclear safeguards for mass-produced nuclear energy and the risks involved in doing so.About the Lecture: In the nuclear era, a single weapon snuck through a border is able to significantly shift geopolitical balances. In 2007, Congress mandated the use of radiation detectors on all inbound containers but …
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Amb. Kristjan Prikk will discuss Estonia's views on the War in Ukraine and how the conflict is about much more than just Ukraine.About Lecture:- The tragedy unrolling in Ukraine right now is not a result of a temporary misunderstanding but rather of a long-term Russian strategic gamble- The immediate impact of the war is mostly felt in Ukraine and …
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