A look at some of the tactics the United States can use to respond to disinformation in the 21st century.
One of the most eye-opening moments of my time as the deputy assistant secretary for digital strategy at the U.S. State Department occurred on a trip to the country of Georgia, aimed at helping the government build its digital capacity to better serve its population. Our message was the same advice we’d given to countless governments: Focus on Facebook. It was the dominant player. Elites tended to use Twitter. Google ads were worth it if you had the money. But for governments wanting to reach real people on a global scale, Facebook was the scalable, smart solution.
According to Markos Kounalakis, without a defined foreign policy, the United States' influence in Africa is likely to decline.
The Washington State Historical Society explores the importance of people-to-people exchanges in reducing Cold War tensions.
New insight into how the "Trump Slump" limits visitors to the United States.