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Dr Alina Polyakova
Fellow , former Director of Research , Berkeley PhD, Russia, European populism, and the intersection of the two. Views my own.
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Gennady Rudkevich Jun 11
A few thoughts about Russia's Interior Ministry dropping the case against journalist Ivan Golunov. 1. Russia is less centralized than many realize. Most decisions aren't ex ante approved by Putin, though he usually accepts them ex post facto to maintain illusion of full control.
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Atlantic Council Jun 15
“The rift between the United States and Europe did not begin with Trump, nor will it end with him,” argue and in
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 15
What deterrence looks like: US escalates attacks on Russian electrical grids
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Chris Hunter Jun 14
Excellent analysis just out from ’s Amb. Daniel Fried & about disinformation campaigns targeting democracy in Europe & the US & how to counteract the threat. As they discuss, effectively responding requires an all-hands effort.
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 14
Spy used AI-generated face to connect with targets on LinkedIn
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 14
How does google+ have more users than Twitter?
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Sophia Besch Jun 14
Read in on why the US should encourage a stronger and sometimes difficult Europe : ; then read our piece in about how the trends they describe play out in the defence market:
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ASPI Cyber Policy Jun 13
| Presidential Campaigns Remain Vulnerable on Cybersecurity | |
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Financial Times Jun 13
EU election suffered Russian disinformation, Brussels finds
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Brookings FP Jun 13
In a new paper, and Daniel Fried take stock of of how Western governments, multinational institutions, civil-society groups, and the private sector have responded to the growing disinformation challenge.
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Kestas Vaskelevicius Jun 13
Moving from “admiring the problem” to concrete proposals how Democracies shall defend against . Great analysis by & Amb. Daniel Fried, and interesting discussion moderated by
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Brookings Jun 13
How should democracies defend themselves against disinformation? Read the new report from for the
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toomas hendrik ilves Jun 13
Re-upping with link. Mea culpa. Two of the smartest foreign and security policy analysts around, and Dan Fried on democracies countering disinformation. Europe does it better, they find.
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 13
Thank you for being a long time supporter and advocate for solving the problem of foreign disinformation
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DisinfoPortal Jun 13
LIVE NOW → discusses the vital importance of a robust and comprehensive defense against disinformation.
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 13
In my latest, a report card on how far the US and Europe have come on policy to combat disinformation: US is lagging behind
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Dr Alina Polyakova Jun 13
The report card on how Europe and the US have done on addressing disinformation, my latest with Amb Dan Fried
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Atlantic Council Jun 13
Replying to @apolyakova
In Democratic Defense Against Disinformation 2.0, & Amb. Daniel Fried propose solutions for the US, EU, and social media companies to address the disinformation challenge and defend democracies. 2/
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Ted Reinert Jun 12
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Brookings Jun 13
“The rift between the United States and Europe did not begin with Trump, nor will it end with him,” and write in
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