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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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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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Dr. Christopher C. Harmon discusses "Maoist Revolutionary War Outside China," a topic on which he is offering a class at IWP (IWP 706, https://www.iwp.edu/courses/maoist-revolutionary-wars-outside-china/).***This event is part of IWP's China Series, organized by the China/Asia Program.***About the Lecture: The ideas of Mao tse Tung had a powerful i…
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Dr. William Inboden discusses President Reagan's strategy and approach to defeating the Soviet Union towards the end of the Cold War.About the Lecture: With decades of hindsight, the peaceful end of the Cold War seems a foregone conclusion. But in the early 1980s, most experts believed the Soviet Union was strong, stable, and would last into the ne…
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After being formally inducted as the third President of The Institute of World Politics, Ambassador Aldona Woś gave remarks to the Class of 2023, highlighting IWP’s mission and the graduates’ critical role in making the world better, safer, and more harmonious. Ambassador Woś also called the graduates to stand together to defend the values of freed…
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Chen Guangcheng, Chinese human rights activist and Distinguished Fellow at the Catholic University of America, gave the keynote address at IWP's Presidential Investiture and Commencement for the Class of 2023. Mr. Chen was honored by IWP for his moral courage in the face of totalitarian coercion and received a Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa, from th…
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Kevin Phelan was recognized as the Valedictorian of the Class of 2023, and Gillian Hand was recognized as the Salutatorian. IWP's Presidential Investiture and Commencement Ceremony took place on May 13, 2023 at the Fairmont in Washington, D.C.***Learn more about IWP graduate programs: https://www.iwp.edu/academic-programs/***Make a gift to IWP: htt…
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Panelists discuss issues concerning global energy security and Canada's role in supplying an alternative solution. This lecture took place at The Institute of World Politics on April 17, 2023.Speakers:Mr. James RajotteAlberta’s Senior Representative to the United StatesMr. Craig WeichelCounsellor and Program Manager for Energy and Environment at th…
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Dr. James S. Robbins, IWP Dean of Academics, gave a lecture on "The Myths and Realities of the 1968 Tet Offensive" at IWP's campus in Reston, VA on April 13, 2023.This lecture is part of the Asia Initiative Lecture Series, organized by IWP's China/Asia Program.About the Lecture:Most of what Americans have heard about the Tet Offensive is wrong. Tha…
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Event recorded live at IWP, DC, on February 16, 2023.This lecture is part of the Asia Initiative Lecture Series.About the Lecture:The North Korean regime’s increasing rate and diversity of missile launches shows that Pyongyang is making significant progress toward implementing a more capable and flexible nuclear strategy, including pre-emptive stri…
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Event recorded live at IWP, DC, on March 7, 2023.About the SpeakerAs the Ambassador of Belgium, Jean-Arthur Régibeau represents His Majesty the King of the Belgians and Belgium’s federal government in the United States of America and in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. He is responsible for the direction of the Embassy and its Consulates.Ambassador…
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Event recorded live at IWP, DC, on March 9, 2023.About the LectureWith the inaugural anniversary of the Marcos Jr. administration coming up, Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Manuel G. Romualdez will elaborate on what’s in store for the Philippine-US relations on topics of PH-US bilateral relations, PH foreign policy priorities, PH pe…
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LCDR Chris D. Glass ('18), Lead Analyst for the Kennedy Maritime Analysis Center’s Fleet Operations Integration Division at ONI, discussed "The Free World’s Response to a Sino-Taiwanese War" at The Institute of World Politics on April 2, 2023. This event is part of IWP's China Lecture Series.About the Lecture:In the aftermath of the calamitous with…
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Event recorded live at IWP, DC, on March 2, 2023.This event is part of the China Lecture SeriesAbout the LectureThroughout Russia’s war in Ukraine, Chinese messengers have surprised many Western observers by framing the conflict on Putin’s terms, promoting pro-Kremlin narratives, and embracing Russian disinformation campaigns, including falsely sug…
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Dr. Rainer Zitelmann discussed his new book, "In Defense of Capitalism: Debunking the Myths" at The Institute of World Politics on March 31, 2023. About the Speaker: Rainer Zitelmann is a historian, sociologist and multiple bestselling author, whose books include Hitler’s National Socialism and The Power of Capitalism. He published 26 books. His bo…
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Dr. Baiju Gandhi, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist and IWP student, discussed "Developing Deradicalization Programs for US Domestic Extremism" on March 30, 2023 at The Institute of World Politics. This lecture is part of IWP's Student Speaker Lecture Series.About the Lecture:In recent years, the United States homeland has seen an increased threat …
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Event recorded live at IWP, DC, on February 21, 2023.About the LectureIn his State of the Union Address of 1941, President Roosevelt proclaimed “Four Freedoms.” Eighty years ago this month, the publication of four paintings by the Vermont artist Norman Rockwell inspired Americans. The Office of War Information launched a major information campaign …
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*This lecture is part of the Student Speaker Series*About the LectureAs Russia and Ukraine clash for the survival of their civilizations there are many lessons that can be learned from this war. These lessons should be studied if the United States desires an advantage against the rising threat of China. The areas covered in this presentation will i…
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*This event is presented in partnership with Baylor University*About the LectureIs American politics and foreign policy being militarized? Is the health of American civil-military relations being compromised? With former military officers occupying traditionally civilian political positions and retired officers stepping into the partisan political …
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About the SpeakerMr. Bill Bruner is the co-founder and CEO of New Frontier Aerospace, a technology development company in Seattle, Washington. NFA is developing a range of applied technologies for the aviation, space, and energy markets – to include a renewably fueled, vertical takeoff & landing hypersonic aircraft that will deliver passengers and …
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About the SpeakerAmbassador Morse H. Tan served as the first Asian-American Ambassador at Large in U.S. history. A unique position in world history, Ambassador at Large for Global Criminal Justice Tan pursued preventative, mitigating and accountability-seeking justice throughout the world for mass atrocity crimes: genocide, crimes against humanity …
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(NOTE: The main mic feed was lost at 44:00. We apologize for the change in sound quality.)This lecture is part of the China Lecture Series and was recorded live on January 25, 2023 at the Reston Campus of The Institute of World Politics.About the SpeakerDr. John Lenczowski is the Founder, President Emeritus, and Chancellor of The Institute of World…
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About the LectureAmerica can escape “forever” wars, but it cannot escape “forever” debates about American foreign policy. The debate today about Ukraine reflects four time-tested ways of thinking about America’s role in the world. Nationalists urge America to stay out of Ukraine and conflicts in general outside the western hemisphere. Realists, now…
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About the LectureThis is a segue of my overview of the involvement of the behavioral sciences in US national security. The premise of this series is that the human factor is the basis of crises and the source of solutions.International politics at the highest levels is to an extent personal. The assessment of foreign leaders has been part of the or…
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This lecture is a part of the Annual Pearl Harbor Day Lecture Series and is presented in collaboration with IWP's China/Asia Program.Recorded live on November 29, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C..About the LectureXi Jinping is not only implementing the fastest military buildup since the Second World War, but he is also mo…
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This event is part of the Student Speaker Lecture Series and was recorded live at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C. on November 14, 2022.About the LectureNavigating terrain is difficult. Navigating terrain in an unknown land, without a local guide, surrounded by hostile parties, in an arid climate, and dangerously low on supplies …
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This lecture was recorded live on November 7, 2022 at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C..About the LectureInformation warfare is an essential part of the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) defense doctrine. The PRC uses cyber to carry out information operations. Washington should analyze the PRC’s cyber attacks on Taiwan to underst…
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Diana West discusses "Secrets of the Archives: Reconsidering Research of Bukovsky & Romerstein."This event is a Herb Romerstein Memorial Lecture on Propaganda and Deception in collaboration with the Intermarium Lecture Series.About the Speaker: Diana West is an award-winning journalist and the author of The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Driv…
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Dr. Norman Bailey discusses "MENA: A Summary and Forecast."This event is part of a virtual series on the MENA region with Dr. Bailey. The other lectures may be found here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvtOVOq0jLNIqDJhubnW_1ACbx-EQm1O5About the speaker: Dr. Norman Bailey is an Adjunct Professor of Economics and National Security at The Institu…
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This lecture was recorded live on October 24, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C..About the LectureThis lecture will discuss how intelligence capabilities and operations have evolved to enable our national government leaders and military forces to seamlessly counter and/or defeat a near-peer adversary capable of contesting t…
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This lecture is part of the *Kosciuszko Chair/Center for Intermarium Studies* Lecture Series and was recorded live on October 24, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C..About the LectureIn the past, emerging and disruptive technologies were often created by the Government and their benefits were largely controlled by the Govern…
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This event is part of the Intermarium Lecture Series and was recorded live at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C. on Monday, October 17, 2022.About the Lecture After spending time on the ground in Ukraine as a guest of Ukrainian law enforcement, and after visiting bombed-out police stations and learning something of the trauma that …
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Wall Street Journal columnist Walter Russell Mead discussed "The World Crisis and American Grand Strategy" as the keynote address at IWP's Gala on September 28, 2022.Learn more about IWP: https://www.iwp.edu/about/Support IWP: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E231090&id=13…
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Rebeccah Heinrichs, IWP Adjunct Professor, discusses "The U.S. Nuclear Deterrent and the Military Buildup of our Adversaries" at the IWP Chancellor's Council Meeting on September 28, 2022Learn more about the Chancellor's Council: https://www.iwp.edu/donate/chancellors-council/由The Institute of World Politics
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This event was streamed live at The Institute of World Politics, D.C. on Thursday, October 13, 2022.About the LectureIn the world of espionage, North Korea remains one of the hardest targets as it remains the most reclusive and enigmatic communist regime on the planet. The question remains, then, how did North Korea develop its Modus Operandi (M.O.…
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This lecture is in partnership with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and was recorded live on September 29, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.. About the LectureDr. Adrian Zenz will discuss how under Xi Jinping, the Chinese Communist Party is resorting to Mao Zedong's playbook of using ideology to oppress and as…
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This event is part of a virtual series on the MENA region with Dr. Bailey.About the speakerDr. Norman Bailey is an Adjunct Professor of Economics and National Security at The Institute of World Politics and a Professor of Economic Statecraft at the Galilee International Management Institute. Dr. Bailey was a senior staff member of the National Secu…
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This lecture was recorded live at The Institute of World Politics on September 15, 2022.This lecture was sponsored by the Jack Miller Center. ( https://jackmillercenter.org/ )About the LectureThe Constitution of the United States of America is a practical document, laying out rules for managing public affairs through the offices of government. Alth…
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This event was recorded live on September 14, 2022 at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C._About the Lecture_The paper sets the stage for the stressors the Soviet Union was dealing with in the 1980s and dives into how Chernobyl not only accelerated, but caused the collapse of the Soviet Union. The straw that broke the camel’s back as…
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_About the Lecture_This event was recorded live on September 8, 2022 at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C.. With one year going by after the Taliban’s seizure of Afghanistan, the fundamental question remains in the minds of the people most affected: is the Taliban able to bring stability to the nation and form a legitimate governme…
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About the LectureNot many events of the late 20th century are as important and foreboding as the seizing of 11 athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972. Black September, a Palestinian group, held the Israeli captives during a long drama observed over T.V. by as many as one billion people. Then, at a nearby airfield, German police botched a counterte…
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