March 15, 2018

Susan Glasser, Chief International Affairs Correspondent at POLITICO, discusses upcoming Russian elections and the rise of targeted disinformation campaigns.

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  • Robert McMahon
    Managing Editor
  • Karen Kornbluh
    Senior Fellow for Digital Policy
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  • Susan Glasser

Show Notes

Susan Glasser, Chief International Affairs Correspondent at POLITICO, discusses upcoming Russian elections and the rise of targeted disinformation campaigns.

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