October 02, 2020

Disinformation and Democracy, with Nina Jankowicz

By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, Carisa Nietsche and Nina Jankowicz

Nina Jankowicz joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Jim Townsend, and Carisa Nietsche to discuss the continuing use of information warfare by malign actors, particularly Russia and China, and how democracies can counter it. Jankowicz is a research fellow at the Wilson Center and the author of the new book “How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict.”

  • Commentary
    • Journal of Democracy
    • July 15, 2021
    How Personalist Politics is Changing Democracies

    This rapid increase is alarming: Personalist rule brings with it a host of negative outcomes compared to other types of authoritarian systems....

    By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Erica Frantz & Joseph Wright

  • Commentary
    • The Hill
    • March 12, 2021
    How the United States can protect democracy from China and Russia

    Beijing and Moscow present distinct challenges and use different tactics to pursue their goals....

    By David Shullman & Patrick Quirk

  • Commentary
    • Foreign Policy
    • March 9, 2021
    All Politics Is Personalized

    Leaders are amassing more power relative to their political parties so politics more strongly reflects the leader’s preferences rather than being a bargaining process among mu...

    By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Erica Frantz & Joseph Wright

  • Podcast
    • February 26, 2021
    Debating American Democracy Promotion, with Emma Ashford and Thomas Wright

    Emma Ashford and Thomas Wright join Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Carisa Nietsche to discuss the future of America's democracy promotion efforts abroad and what the U.S. governmen...

    By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Emma Ashford & Thomas Wright

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