About Sophie Eisentraut

Dr. Sophie Eisentraut was a transatlantic post-doctoral fellow at GMF in Washington, DC. She conducted research on the legitimacy and reform of international organizations, specifically on the challenges to effective multilateral cooperation that arise from the (re-)emergence of non-Western powers. Sophie was a transatlantic post-doctoral fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and a research associate at the Global Governance research unit at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. At the WZB, she was involved in the Contested World Orders project, which analyzed normative differences and conflicts underlying the evolution of world order. Sophie holds a PhD from Free University Berlin and was a visiting researcher at Cornell University.

Building a Trojan Horse

The Kremlin’s efforts to influence the 2016 election in the United States are well known – even now, a special prosecutor is investigating Russia’s ties to the Trump campaign. Less well reported are Russia’s social media campaigns in Germany ahead o [...]

2018-06-24T23:53:58-04:00October 9, 2017|By and |