A selection of our work and experts featured in print, television, radio, and online.
Elections Integrity Fellow David Levine joined GovExec's daily podcast to discuss the security of the election, mail-in voting, and the coronavirus. The 2020 election cycle was expected to dominate this year, but it has been moved aside as the corona [...]
Director Laura Rosenberger joined CNN's "GPS" to break down how Russian and Chinese disinformation aims to undermine democracy and touts authoritarianism. [...]
Lindsay Gorman and Karen Kornbluh in NBC Think: China tries to push U.S. tech companies around in Hong Kong. Here’s how to push back.
To counter authoritarian information manipulation and control, the United States needs to support free expression and harness innovation through organizations like the Open Tech Fund, Emerging Technologies Fellow Lindsay Gorman and Karen Kornbluh, d [...]
The hijack of several high-profile Twitter feeds raises concern:could America's adversaries crash markets, ruin elections, or start a war with fake tweets? Director Laura Rosenberger discussed CNN to discuss these concerns. [...]
Restart, a fringe Iranian dissident group, shows how conspiracy spreads—and what that means for U.S. politics, Middle East Fellow Ariane Tabatai writes in Foreign Policy. QAnon entered the mainstream U.S. political lingo in 2017, when its followers [...]
Senior Fellow Kristine Berzina spoke to Euronews about the EU's decision to keep the United States off its list of non-EU countries whose residents are allowed to visit the bloc. "This may be unpopular but it is very difficult to dispute the fact [...]
Nad’a Kovalčíková Discusses New Challenges and Old Pitfalls Facing the European (Dis)information Sphere with Globsec
Fellow and Program Manager Nad’a Kovalčíková joined Globsec's For Chat's Sake series to discuss new challenges and old pitfalls facing the European (dis)information sphere. [...]
Emerging Technologies Fellow Lindsay Gorman spoke to Newsy's Sasha Ingber about U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's assertion that users' private information from the video-sharing app could be turned over to the Chinese government. [...]
Senior Fellow Kristine Berzina explained that the Open Skies Treaty matters for U.S.-Russia bilateral relations, but the security concerns that the treaty was set up to address are also European concerns. [...]
Co-director Zack Cooper argues that the U.S. and Japan need to synchronize their strategies on China to meet the challenge posed by its rise in a Sasakawa Peace Foundation policy memorandum with Jennifer Lind, Toshihiro Nakayama, and Ryo Sahashi. [...]
Digital Media and Disinformation Fellow Bret Schafer explained that for the first time with the George Floyd protests, we’ve seen China aggressively messaging on an issue that doesn’t directly relate to its own interests. China has been trying to pa [...]
Elections Integrity Fellow David Levine joined "2020Talks" to discuss the news that the Senate stripped a measure requiring presidential campaigns to report attempts by foreign nationals to interfere in elections from the 2021 National Defense Author [...]