Film, Video Disinformation & the Threat to Democracy
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- Disinformation & the Threat to Democracy
- Anne Applebaum discussed the challenge facing democracies from disinformation campaigns and what might be done about it.
- Event Date
- May 09, 2018
- - Anne Applebaum is a columnist for the Washington Post and a Pulitzer-prize winning historian. She is also professor of practice at the London School of Economics's Institute of Global Affairs where she runs Arena, a program on disinformation and 21st century propaganda. Formerly a member of the Washington Post editorial board, she has also worked as foreign and deputy editor of the Spectator magazine in London, as political editor of the Evening Standard and as a columnist at Slate and at several British newspapers, including the Daily and Sunday Telegraphs.
- Related Resources
- John W. Kluge Center: https://www.loc.gov/kluge/
- Running Time
- 48 minutes 9 seconds
- Online Format
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