Dean Najam leads Professors Mako, Stern, and Wippl in a discussion about their areas of expertise and how they see these fields evolving in an ever-changing world.
During this special Alumni Weekend edition of Beyond the Headlines, our panel of experts discuss how the 9/11 terrorist attacks changed the world, the motivations behind the global war on terror, and the lessons that can be learned from the longest war in United States history.
Professors Najam, Schilde, Stern, Weinstein, and Wippl reflect on how the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States reshaped our lives over the last 20 years.
“The American political class focuses on the ‘here and now’ and cannot envision why the Russians would interest themselves in any country other than our own.”
Nine Pardee School Faculty and one undergraduate student will present during the International Studies Associations annual convention, whose theme is “Globalization, Regionalism and Nationalism: Contending Forces in World Politics.”
Professor Wippl discussed the incoming Biden administration’s intelligence strategy, how to reverse the damage done to U.S. intelligence agencies, and the new CIA leadership.
Professor Wippl discusses lessons learned during his Cold War CIA assignment.
As the CIA’s chief of station in Berlin, Prof. Wippl had information that could’ve altered Colin Powell’s fierce advocacy for stopping Iraq’s weapons program.
Drawing on his experience as CIA director of congressional affairs, Wipple explores the relationship between the CIA and Congress.
Prof. Joseph Wippl was interviewed for a recent article on China’s intelligence efforts against the United States.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “The Russia Trap.”
The Center for the Study of Europe hosted a discussion with Prof. Joseph Wippl as part of their Works in Progress series.
Prof. Joseph Wippl published the article in The International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence.
Prof. Joseph Wippl discusses intelligence leaders in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
The Center for the Study of Europe hosted former member of the German Bundestag Karsten Voigt for a series of lectures and class visits.
Prof. Joseph Wippl published an article entitled “The CIA and U.S. Diplomacy: Political vs. Professional Leadership.”
Prof. Joseph Wippl published an article in the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence.
Professors Joseph Wippl, Julie Klinger and Joshua Shifrinson were featured as part of a panel entitled “Professor Perspectives: US Intervention in Latin America.”
Prof. Joseph Wippl hosted the conference on “Secrecy and Security in a Democratic Society.”
Prof. Joseph Wippl published an article entitled “CIA’s Dilemma: A World Divided Between Countries With a Rule of Law and Those Without One.”