Lessons from Ukraine: How AI Is Accelerating the Response to Authoritarian Information Manipulation

February 21, 2024

February 2024 marks two years since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. In the midst of this crisis, the world has learned much from Ukrainians about countering authoritarian information operations. The Forum highlighted Ukrainian civil society’s resilience in a 2023 report, “

“Telling China’s Story” in Africa: Beijing’s Unfolding Impact on African Media
Nepravda! Untrue! Kremlin Narratives and Social Media in Central Europe

November 21, 2023

By Logan Petkosek

Central Europe—given its proximity to Ukraine and membership in NATO—has been particularly vulnerable as a target for Russian information and propaganda operations in recent years. The Kremlin’s robust and

Amplification Among Allies: Russian and PRC Information Operations in Latin America

November 13, 2023

By Maria Isabel Puerta Riera 

One year after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine and not long after the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to

Defending the Human Rights System from Authoritarian Assault: A Conversation with Rana Siu Inboden and Sophie Richardson

October 4, 2023

Authoritarian influence in multilateral institutions is growing rapidly and poses a serious threat to democratic and human rights principles. Repressive governments have worked to undermine mechanisms that are meant to ensure accountability for human rights abuses and to transform...

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