Brittney Lenard

How the US and Europe can Fight Back Against Putin’s Information War

As the conflict in eastern Ukraine simmers, Western leaders and policymakers grow ever more concerned about Russia’s use of “information warfare.” Through social media, television, and billboards, Moscow has advanced its agenda in new and often sophisticated ways that bear little resemblance to the overdone propaganda of the Cold War.

Making Smart Sanctions Smarter

Sanctions can be a powerful tool, provided there is thought applied to their implementation and scope.

Russia Gave Greece Only ‘Gas and Sympathy’

Since the Syriza party came to power in Greece’s January elections, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has made a point of ruffling feathers in Brussels. His trip to Moscow last week has, however, put some in Europe on high alert.

How the US and Europe can Fight Back Against Putin’s Information War

As the conflict in eastern Ukraine simmers, Western leaders and policymakers grow ever more concerned about Russia’s use of “information warfare.” Through social media, television, and billboards, Moscow has advanced its agenda in new and often sophisticated ways that bear little resemblance to the overdone propaganda of the Cold War.

Making Smart Sanctions Smarter

Sanctions can be a powerful tool, provided there is thought applied to their implementation and scope.

Russia Gave Greece Only ‘Gas and Sympathy’

Since the Syriza party came to power in Greece’s January elections, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has made a point of ruffling feathers in Brussels. His trip to Moscow last week has, however, put some in Europe on high alert.