Taiwan on the Frontline of China’s Information Operations

September 12, 2023

By Ko Shu-ling 

I have been an English language reporter in Taiwan for over 20 years. Many changes have occurred during that time. One thing that has remained the same is the...

After Wagner: Russia’s Export of Kleptocracy to Africa

September 5, 2023

by Melissa Aten and John K. Glenn 

The death of Wagner Group chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, following his bizarre and short-lived mutiny...

Defending Democratization: How The OSCE’s ODIHR Can Counteract Russian Authoritarian Influence

August 21, 2023

By Rick Fawn  

In September 2021, diplomats at the Organization for Security and...

Just Security Carries Exclusive on the Forum’s Report on Authoritarian Influence in Multilateral Organizations

July 11, 2023

Authoritarian states are on offense within the world’s multilateral institutions, and it is time for democracies to play more than just defense. Given the increase in authoritarian influence worldwide and in struggling democracies that constitute these institutions, the stakes...

Knowledge Gaps in Exposing China’s Authoritarian Influence: Cross-Regional Conversations with John Fitzgerald, Niva Yau, and TtCat

June 13, 2023

As the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has become more authoritarian and closed to the world in recent years, its global influence has risen even more rapidly. Civil society and other democratic institutions around the world must grapple with the PRC’s malign influence in...

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