Interference Matters

Short-form insights and rapid-reaction analysis of breaking news and global events.

What to Watch in Turkey’s Run-Off Election

What happened in the first round?  In Turkey’s first round election held on May 14, tens of millions of voters turned out for both sides. There was intense competition on a playing field that the incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan skewed heavi [...]

2023-05-25T14:30:42-04:00May 25, 2023|By |

The Tweet Is Coming from Inside the House

In Erdoğan’s Turkey, anti-government trolls get arrested, while pro-government trolls get paychecks.  Social media has become a major source of information for Turkish people, thanks in large part to the Turkish government’s strict control of tradit [...]

2023-05-11T16:27:20-04:00May 11, 2023|By |

RT en Español Won’t Stay Off YouTube

Overview YouTube was essential to RT’s early success, helping the Russian propaganda network expand its audience across the globe. YouTube’s decision to ban Russian state media channels after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine thus marked a sig [...]

2023-05-05T15:11:56-04:00March 8, 2023|By |

Our Experts’ 2023 Policy Wish List to Strengthen Democracy

At the start of the new year, we asked our experts to each put forth one recommendation that would strengthen democracy during a period of declining trust, emboldened autocrats, and war. Their answers touch on a variety of issues—from the war in Ukr [...]

What to Watch: ASD at GMF Experts Weigh in on US 2022 Midterms

Tomorrow’s midterm elections will be a benchmark for the state of American democracy. As early voting surges, people around the country (and the world) are watching to see what happens in what is perhaps the most important midterm election in recent [...]

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