International Studies and Languages
This paper attempts to explain the threat that foreign disinformation poses for the United States Intelligence Community and its allies. The paper examines Russian disinformation from both a historical and contemporary context and how its effect on Western democracies may only be exacerbated in light of Chinese involvement and evolving technologies. Fortunately, the paper also studies practices and strategies that the United States Intelligence Community and its allied foreign counterparts may use to respond. It is hoped that this study will help shed further light on Russian and Chinese disinformation campaigns and explain how the Intelligence Community can efficiently react.
Rubsamen, Brandon M.
"A Fake Future: The Threat of Foreign Disinformation on the U.S. and its Allies,"
Global Tides: Vol. 17, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/globaltides/vol17/iss1/8
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