On June 21, a delegation of 22 students from the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI)’s Washington Program on National Security (WaPoNS) visited Afghanistan embassy. The program is directed by AHI Senior Fellow Dr. Juliana Pilon and aims to prepare promising and motivated college students for the challenges of a rapidly changing global environment by offering them an opportunity to engage with some of the best thinkers on and practitioners in the field of national security.

22 Students Begin the AHI's Washington Program on National Security

22 Students Begin the AHI’s Washington Program on National Security

Dr. Juliana Geran Pilon, who earned her PhD in philosophy at the University of Chicago is the author of several books and over two hundred articles on international affairs, she has taught at several colleges and universities, and managed democracy-strengthening programs. Her new book, soon to be published, is titled The Art of Peace: Engaging a Complex World. This program is made possible by a grant from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.