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Struggles for Political Change in the Arab World, edited by Lisa Blaydes, Amr Hamzawy, and Hesham Sallam

Struggles for Political Change in the Arab World

This volume edited by Lisa Blaydes, Amr Hamzawy, and Hesham Sallam explains how politicians, opposition movements, and external actors across the region have adapted in the ten years since the Arab Spring.
Liberalism and Its Discontents by Francis Fukuyama

Liberalism and Its Discontents

It's no secret that liberalism hasn't always lived up to its own ideals. But in this short, clear account, Francis Fukuyama offers an essential defense of a revitalized liberalism for the twenty-first century.
Everything Counts: Building a Control Regime for Nonstrategic Nuclear Warheads in Europe

Building a Control Regime for Nonstrategic Nuclear Warheads in Europe

A new report led by Rose Gottemoeller on non-strategic nuclear warhead policies in Europe, particulary in light of Russia's changing status in the global nuclear community.

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Journal Articles

Playing Both Sides: Russian State-Backed Media Coverage of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Renee DiResta, Samantha Bradshaw, Carly Miller
The International Journal of Press/Politics, 2022 February 28, 2022
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Reports

Memes, Magnets and Microchips: Narrative dynamics around COVID-19 vaccines

Stanford Internet Observatory, Renee DiResta, Elena Cryst, Matt Masterson, Chase Small, Carly Miller, Taylor Agajanian, Kolina Koltai, Julienne Ching, Kathy Liu, Osiris Cruz-Antonio, Erin McAweeney, Lily Meyersohn, Kaitlyn Dowling, Laura Edelson, Rachel Moran, Kris Fortmann, Toni Friedman, Abigail Tarquino, Cameron Hickey, Julia Thompson , Zoe Huczok, Kyle Weiss, Lindsay Hurley, Alyssa Kann
Virality Project, 2022 February 24, 2022

The final report of the Virality Project.

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Case Studies

One Topic, Two Networks: Evaluating Two Chinese Influence Operations on Twitter Related to Xinjiang (TAKEDOWN)

Renee DiResta, Josh A. Goldstein, Carly Miller, Harvey Wang, SY, MD
Stanford Internet Observatory, 2021 December 2, 2021
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My Heart Loves the Army: An Investigation into a Jordanian Disinformation Campaign on Facebook, TikTok and Twitter (TAKEDOWN)

Shelby Grossman, Elena Cryst, Renee DiResta, Carly Miller, K.H., Rajeev Sharma, Chase Small, Julia Thompson
2021 July 8, 2021
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Books

The Long Fuse: Misinformation and the 2020 Election

Stanford Internet Observatory, Samantha Bradshaw, Daniel Bush, Elena Cryst, Renee DiResta, Isabella Garcia-Camargo, Josh A. Goldstein, Shelby Grossman, Carly Miller, Shelby Perkins, Alex Stamos, David Thiel, Alex Zaheer, Matt Masterson
2021 March 3, 2021

On January 6, 2021, an armed mob stormed the US Capitol to prevent the certification of what they claimed was a “fraudulent election.” Many Americans were shocked, but they needn’t have been. The January 6 insurrection was the culmination of months of online mis- and disinformation directed toward eroding American faith in the 2020 election.

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White Papers

Telling China’s Story: The Chinese Communist Party’s Campaign to Shape Global Narratives

Renee DiResta, Renee DiResta, Carly Miller, Vanessa Molter, John Pomfret, Glenn Tiffert
2020 July 20, 2020
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White Papers

Sockpuppets Spin COVID Yarns: An Analysis of PRC-Attributed June 2020 Twitter takedown (TAKEDOWN)

Carly Miller, Vanessa Molter, Isabella Garcia-Camargo, Renee DiResta, David Thiel, Alex Zaheer
2020 June 11, 2020
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White Papers

“The World is Swimming in a Sea of Rumors”: Influence Operations Associated with El Fagr Newspaper (Egypt) (TAKEDOWN)

Renee DiResta, Tara Kheradpir, Carly Miller
2020 April 2, 2020

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On April 2, 2020 Twitter announced the takedown of a collection of data sets attributed to state influence operations in several countries. One of those datasets was attributed to actors within Egypt – specifically, accounts linked to the El Fagr newspaper. El Fagr has previously been named in coordinated inauthentic activity takedowns on Facebook and Instagram, which took down a network related to their pro-Egyptian government activity in October 2019.

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