CEPA Executive Vice President Peter B. Doran testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on Undermining Democratic Institutions and Splintering NATO: Russian Disinformation Aims.
CEPA hosted an expert discussion on “Do’s, Don’ts & Dangers in the Information Age” on the Hill with the Jānis Sārts and Rolf Fredheim of NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence.
CEPA’s Edward Lucas testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on U.S. policy toward the Baltic states. Lucas argues that the physical and digital security of the Baltic states is integrally linked to the security of the United States.
CEPA StratCom co-chair Donald N. Jensen examines the causes and possible implications of anti-corruption protests that filled streets across Russia on 26 March.
Urve Eslas explains how the West should respond to Moscow’s attempts to blur the boundaries between truth and falsehood.
Corina Rebegea maps the flow of Russian propaganda from official Russian media outlets into a swarm of fakes on Romanian social media and fringe websites.
In a case study of how Russia exports disinformation tactics abroad, Mārtiņš Kaprāns examines the evolving narrative in Latvia’s pro-Kremlin media that NATO cooperation will provoke a Russian response in the Baltic state.
Wojciech Jakóbik details how Pro-Kremlin media outlets in Poland have given a Russian spin to their coverage of the October 2016 coup attempt in Montenegro in order to strengthen the anti-NATO narrative.