Publications and Media

in print

The New York Times
Russian Trolls Are Only Part of the Problem,” January 25, 2018
The Only Way to Defend Against Russia’s Information War,” September 25, 2017

The Washington Post
It’s time to start regulating Facebook,” November 15, 2018
Why dictators love Facebook,” April 13, 2018
Our biggest mistake in the fight against fake news,” March 31, 2017

BuzzFeed News
This Anti-Elizabeth Warren Senate Campaign Was Boosted By Fake Facebook Accounts,” October 3, 2018

The Wilson Quarterly
The Disinformation Vaccination,” January 31, 2018

The New Republic
Available in Helsinki: the Fate of Eastern Europe,” July 13, 2018
At What Point Can We Say Trump Is Sabotaging Russia Policy?,” March 28, 2018

Coda Story
How Disinformation Became a New Threat to Women,” December 12, 2017

Project Syndicate
Trump’s Bigger Russia Problem,” September 21, 2017

The New Scientist
The Darkening Web: Misinformation is the strongest cyberweapon,” August 30, 2017
Powerful or Powerless: The backdoor to our cyber future,” 24 January 2018
Books chart social media’s fall from global village to villain,” 29 May 2018

Foreign Policy
Arsenal of Democracy,” July 23, 2016

German Marshall Fund’s Alliance for Securing Democracy
The Top Three Trends We Miss when Discussing Russian Ads,” May 15, 2018

Newsweek
Trump and Russia: We are Losing the War Against Disinformation, and It Is Our Fault,” August 13, 2017

Atlantic Council’s Ukraine Alert
Will Facebook Finally Fight Disinformation or Just Make Things Worse?,” May 24, 2017
Why The Internet May Save Us After All: New Activists in Belarus and Russia Take to the Streets after Videos and Memes Spread,” May 15, 2017

Center on Global Interests
Poland on the Brink,” March 31, 2016

on-air

PBS NewsHour Special Midterm Election Coverage, November 7, 2018

Expert on Facebook political ads: ‘misplaced focus on transparency’“, Live with Ali Velshi, MSNBC, October 31, 2018

DOJ Announces Criminal Charges as Russian Accused of Election Interference,” PBS Newshour with Judy Woodruff, October 19, 2018

Disinformation: Moscow-style,” Late Night Live with Philip Adams, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, October 16, 2018

BuzzFeed Report Says Fake Accounts Used on Facebook to Bolster Senate Candidate Shiva Ayyadurai,” WBUR’S Morning Edition, October 4, 2018

Montenegro Becomes Latest Trump-NATO Flashpoint,” NPR/WBUR’s Here and Now with Robin Young, July 19, 2018

Trump’s Foreign Policy,” The Hill Rising, July 14, 2018

The State Of NATO After Trump Once Again Scrambles Summit,” NPR/WBUR’s Here and Now with Jeremy Hobson, July 12, 2018

Trump’s Problematic Stance Toward NATO Hasn’t Changed,” CNBC Asia, July 12, 2018

Trump at the NATO Summit,” CTV Views with Beverly Johnson, July 11, 2018

The Future of NATO,” Marketplace Morning Report, July 9, 2018

Trump-Putin Summit: What to Expect,” CBC News with Natasha Fatah, June 27, 2018

A Confusing Move,” analysis of the fake murder of a journalist in Ukraine, CBC News with Carole MacNeil, May 30, 2018

4 Things to Know About Russian Internet Usage,” Marketplace Weekend with Lizzie O’Leary, April 13, 2018

The Weekly: NATO,” CSPAN’s The Weekly with Steve Scully, April 13, 2018

Russia’s ‘troll factory’ impersonates Americans to sow political chaos. How can the U.S. fight it?,” PBS NewsHour with Judy Woodruff, February 20, 2018

Привет2018: Protecting America’s Next Elections,” 1A with Joshua Johnson, NPR, February 15, 2018

One Analyst’s Solution for Fake News,” Amanpour, CNN, September 28, 2017

Live with Ali Velshi, MSNBC, December 12, 2017

Defending Against Russia’s Disinformation War,” Wilson Center NOW, October 24, 2017.

Fulbright Scholar Nina Jankowicz Discusses Strategies for Countering Russian Propaganda,”  Head to Head, UATV English, May 9, 2017

StopFakeNews: October 2, 2016 | January 29, 2017 | May 21, 2016

What Eastern Europe Expects from Trump,” panelist on Hromadske’s Sunday Show, January 24, 2017.

congressional testimony

“Election Interference: Ensuring Law Enforcement Is Equipped to Target Those Seeking to Do Harm,” before the Senate Judiciary Committee, June 12, 2018.

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