Disinformation, the deliberate and often covert spreading of false information, has radically changed the media and security landscapes. At the Wilson Center, we recognize it is not enough to see the impact of disinformation, but necessary to map out a way to combat disinformation through policy. We take a global approach, informed both by current efforts as well as historical examples, such the Cold War.
Disinformation Fellow, STIP
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Disinformation is not a partisan problem; it's a democratic one, and it will take cooperation—cross-party, cross-sector, cross-government, and cross-border—to defeat.
Strategic and National Security Advisor to the Wilson Center's CEO & President; Director of the Science and Technology Innovation Program
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No one country possesses all the capabilities needed to develop competitive technologies. No one country possesses all the critical data required to make the most of these technologies. No one country has the right governing structure to address the risks of untested technologies while simultaneously fostering innovation. The United States, Mexico, and Canada would be wise to take on this mission together.
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