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Press Releases

Dr. Henry Williams discusses U.S.-Turkish relations

On December 18, Dr. Henry P. Williams III was interviewed on the Schilling Show, where he discussed national interests, existential issues confronting America with regard to Turkey, and his book, Turkey & America: East and West — Where the Twain Meet. Dr. Williams was interviewed on the Schilling Show on two other occasions this fall. At…

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Books

O cywilizacji śmierci [About the Civilization of Death]

Another book by Dr. Marek Chodakiewicz has just been published in Poland. It is entitled O cywilizacji śmierci [About the Civilization of Death]. What is the Civilization of Death? It is a system that limits or even counteracts the multiplication of humankind. The Civilization of Death is a total system of social engineering implemented through…

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Cyber Intelligence Initiative

Darren Death discusses Zero Trust at ACT-IAC event

On October 22nd, 2019, Darren Death, an instructor for the IWP Cyber Intelligence Initiative, gave a talk at Themes Theater about Zero Trust at an event organized by the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC).  Mr. Death and his fellow panelists spoke about demystifying concepts around zero trust, the state of the industry around zero trust, and how zero trust…

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Articles

Winter break reading suggestions from IWP professors

In case you are not already reading ahead for the spring semester, we asked IWP faculty members for suggestions for additional winter break reading. Their thoughts may be found below. From Professor John Sano: To Catch A Spy by James Olson. Jim is the former Chief of Counterintelligence at the CIA, with a long and…

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Internship Experience

IWP interns reflect on their experience

Fourteen interns from colleges and universities around the United States recently celebrated the completion of the IWP fall internship program. They worked on various topics including counterterrorism, cyber intelligence, cyber security, and defense economics. Here, they reflect on their experiences doing research, auditing courses, connecting with IWP faculty and staff, and growing professionally. “The real…

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