National Security, Foreign Policy, and Human Rights

The United States needs a strong, focused national defense that focuses on protecting our homeland and the interests of the American people. IWF strongly supports human rights, including the rights of women, around the world. IWF seeks to highlight the need for greater respect for women, including their right to own property, vote, decide whether and whom to marry, speak, organize, and to participate politically.

Recent Articles:

Will the President Pivot to Iraq?


Russian Tanks Enter Ukraine


What did the Administration Know Before the Bergdahl Prisoner Exchange • KFKA AM Colorado


Why the World Needs American Power


Jeopardizes Security: WH leaks name of CIA station chief in Afghanistan • Rick Amato Show


Boko Haram: Hillary's Bad Choices


Putin's Threat to Crimean Minorities


The Battle of Slovyansk Begins


The Biggest Myths About the Crisis in Ukraine


Veteran Affairs fatal mismanagement and lack of accountability • KFKA AM Colorado


In Ukraine, Journalists in Peril


Disgrace: Iran Appointed to the U.N.'s Commission on the Status of Women


Ukraine Girds for Confrontation


‘I Made Molotov Cocktails’


Yanukovych’s Dreadful Decadence


Who Are the Real Ukrainian Anti-Semites?


Ukraine’s Animal Victims


Nation-Building on Hold in Ukraine


Reflections From The Boston Bombing: Is Our Nation Safer One Year Later?


'You Wanted Your Ukraine?'


Remembering the Maidan’s ‘Heavenly Hundred’


Not an April Fool's Joke: Iran's New Ambassador to the United Nations


IWF Signs Coalition Letter Opposing Giving Away Control of the Internet


Mid-Air Mystery: Fears fly about Malaysian Flight 370 • Fox & Friends


Is it time to cut military spending? • Forbes (03.08.14)


Our Innocents Abroad: Carter Redux


The Hagelian Military Budget


Human rights in Sochi and the politics around the 2014 Olympic games • To The Contrary


We Need Worldwide Agreement on Key Economic Matters Too


September 11, 2001


As the World Turns...


"And now for something completely different." Or not.


President Bluffer Plays Poker with Assad


More Than Privacy Is At Stake


Were You Planning on Sleeping Tonight?


The Company He Keeps


It's Time for the U.S. to Deal with Cyber-Espionage


Saudi Women Allowed to Ride Bikes...On Certain Conditions


Entrepreneurial Women Bravely Rebuild Afghanistan, Despite the Nation's Real War on Women


Real War on Women: Indian Women Paid for Sterilization


Real War on Women: Libyan Women Still Struggle for Freedom


Superstition, Sorcery, and a War on Women


Malala Continues to Fight Real War on Women During Recovery


Lebanese Women Demand Marital Rape Protections


Sexual Violence Used to Silence Egyptian Women Protestors


Hegelian Dialectics


What Goes Around, Comes Around


Hillary Clinton: Feminist Enabler


Lisa Schiffren on TheBlaze TV's "Wilkow!" (01.23.2013)


Five Murdered Women the Latest Victims of Guatemala's War on Women