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Jake Morris

Program Assistant, Democratic Resilience

Jake Morris is a Program Assistant with the Democratic Resilience at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Jake spearheads CEPA’s China work and published Information Bedlam, a report on Russian and Chinese information operations during covid-19. Prior to joining CEPA, Jake pursued his Master’s at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with concentrations in strategic studies, China studies, and international economics. He has also worked at the Pentagon in OSD Europe & NATO Policy and on Capitol Hill with Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT).

Written by Jake Morris

blank Post-Mortem: Russian and Chinese COVID-19 Information Operations Post-Mortem is part of CEPA’s broader work aimed at tracking and evaluating Russian and Chinese information operations around COVID-19.
blank Jabbed in the Back: Mapping Russian and Chinese Information Operations During the COVID-19 Pandemic Opportunistic leaders in China, Russia, and elsewhere have used the virus as an excuse to further erode democracy and wage information warfare
blank Friendly Fleets Mass Off India’s Coasts Europe is building ever-closer ties with India to counter Chinese ambitions, but Modi’s authoritarian behavior could yet damage a promising strategic alliance.
Photo: Anna Solvalag, aged 18, receives a Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at an NHS Vaccination Clinic at Tottenham Hotspur's stadium in north London. Sunday June 20, 2021. Credit: PA via Reuters Time to Trumpet the West’s Vaccine Diplomacy A serious humanitarian effort can now get underway, while highlighting Russia and China’s self-serving aid campaigns
blank China’s Covid-19 Fabrications are Older Than Realized Distortion, cover-ups, and outright lies have been weapons in the Chinese communist information armory for decades
blank U.S. Victories Over Huawei May Prove Fleeting CCP support for Huawei’s 5G efforts is part of a larger effort to dominate tomorrow’s technologies and increase its geopolitical influence