Carolyn Kenney, Max Bergmann, and James Lamond, americanprogress.org
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In an effort to develop legal and policy solutions to this threat, different democracies around the world are trying to establish frameworks for distinguishing types of influence activities that are acceptable from those that are not. For the purposes of this issue brief, the authors adopt the framework provided by former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in his speech on countering foreign threats, focusing primarily on influence activities carried out or supported by foreign governments that are “covert, coercive or corrupt.”4 As such, this brief does not focus on legitimate, benign forms of foreign government influence, such as public diplomacy [JB emphasis] and exchange programs, but rather ..
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A couple of weeks ago I had the chance to hear Kasper Peter‘s presentation about the EU Tweets of the Week, a creative product by viEUws, an online media organisation providing an analysis of EU policy developments. I found it very interesting to hear what is behind this product which has gained quite some success in
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The African Studies Center, an affiliated regional center of the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, hosted a talk with Chipo Dendere, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Consortium for Faculty Diversity Scholar at Amherst College, as part of their Walter Rodney lecture series on January 28, 2019. Dendere gave a lecture entitled “Understanding Political Transitions in the Social Media (Digital Age),” that covered a range of topics including social media and politics in Africa including concerns about government co-option and control of Twitter and other platforms.Dendere is a Zimbabwean-born political science scholar whose research interests include the impact of voter exit (emigration) on the survival of authoritarian regimes, how countries democratize, and the factors that sustain or threaten democracy. She also studies the impact of remittances — the money individuals send to family members in the..