The Eagle: The Institute of World Politics Newsletter (2020.01.29.)


IWP opens new campus in Reston, Virginia

Starting this March, we will offer classes in Reston, Virginia, in addition to our regularly scheduled classes at the Washington, D.C. campus. The new campus will be at the offices of Pragmatics, a company led by IWP trustee Dr. Long Nguyen and his wife Kimmy Duong. Read more


James A. Rice receives public diplomacy award from Estonian Foreign Ministry

The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has awarded IWP M.A. candidate James A. Rice a certificate of appreciation for promoting understanding of Estonia in the U.S. Read more


Alumnus Spotlight: Caleb Crim (’16), Senior Analyst Manager at Bulletin Intelligence

Soon after beginning to pursue an M.A. in Statecraft and National Security Affairs at IWP, Caleb Crim (’16) found himself in a job creating intelligence products for the highest levels of government, including the White House, diplomatic officials, defense officials, and other government agencies. Read more


Also of note


Faculty news and articles


IWP launches merchandise store

In response to interest from students and alumni, IWP has launched a merchandise store where students, alumni, and friends may purchase IWP-branded clothing, drinkware, gifts, and more. Read more or Shop


Videos of recent events


New students at January orientation

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In the title picture: The Institute of World Politics is pleased to announce that, starting this March, we will offer classes in Reston, Virginia, located just off Dulles Toll Road at 1761 Business Center Dr., Reston, VA. Read more

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Source: The Institute of World Politics, News & Publication, January 29, 2020.

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