Vulnerable Landscapes: Case Studies of Violence and Disinformation
Disinformation is a global phenomenon that affects almost all countries because anyone with a political agenda can use disinformation in pursuit of political power (Bradshaw andHoward, 2018). Disinformation campaigns are particularly suited to exacerbating already strained ideological, societal, and political relationships, and these campaigns often workto sow individual distrust in government capability and sovereignty (Jackson, 2018; Ma, 2018).
About the Authors
Ph.D. candidate at the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and researcher for the Jackson School’s Global Research Group
Lecturer in the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies and Co-Director of the International Policy Institute’s Cybersecurity Initiative
Science and Technology Innovation Program
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