Turning the Tables on Russian Disinformation in Ukraine: A Conversation with Jakub Kalenský

December 7, 2022

Like other autocratic actors, the Kremlin deploys disinformation to confuse the public, attract allies, escape accountability, and strengthen its hold on power. Yet a documented intensification of disinformation operations around the invasion of Ukraine has failed to sway Ukrainians,...

Xi’s Pitch to the Global South on Technological Governance

December 5, 2022

By Kenton Thibaut

On October 16, 2022, Party Secretary Xi Jinping delivered his opening speech at the...

It’s Xi Jinping’s Party Now: What the CCP’s Move from Collective to Singular Leadership Might Mean for the World

December 1, 2022

By Kevin Sheives

China isn’t just the CCP’s China; it is now Xi Jinping’s China. At China’s 20th Party Congress last month, Xi Jinping broke the precedent set by recent Chinese Communist Party (CCP) predecessors and extended his various leadership roles in the Party another five...

Bridging the Gap Between the Digital and Human Rights Communities

October 25, 2022

By Eduardo Ferreyra

The line between digital and traditional human rights is getting blurrier. As technology pervades every aspect of daily life, it’s difficult to separate the digital from the analog. This oversaturation of technology affects not just our social relationships and access...

Can Democratic Norms Catch Up with AI Surveillance? A Conversation with Vidushi Marda

October 20, 2022

Through tools such as facial recognition cameras and social media monitoring software, artificial intelligence (AI) is offering governments new ways to keep tabs on people’s conversations, movements, and activities. Advocates warn that in the absence of clear-cut rules, these new capabilities could erode...

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