disinformation

August 17, 2018

This Week in PD, we share news on soft power, cultural diplomacy, nation branding and more.

In his new book, USC Annenberg's Mike Annany explores how to ensure press freedom, counter disinformation and ensure the public's right to hear.

Former U.S. diplomat Donna Oglesby parallels the anti-art ethos of the Dadaist movement to the anti-diplomacy approach of the Trump presidency.

A RAND study focused on the scope of these campaigns and possibilities for countering, such as through media literacy training and the creation of counter-narratives.

Photo by João Pessoa via Unsplash

Mark Dillen dives deep into the role of citizen journalists and the private sector in countering disinformation across the digital sphere.

According to Jan Melissen, meta-literacy is one of the best ways to fight back against disinformation.

In a two-part series, Jan Melissen advocates understanding the trend of fake news before attempting to combat it.

Ilan Manor discusses how Network Gatekeepers can be harnessed to stop the flow of disinformation, hate speech and more.

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