Carnegie Council Announces "Information Warfare" Podcast Interview Series

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces "Information Warfare," a podcast interview series with full transcripts, hosted by Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart.

"All countries—both friendly allies and rivalrous challengers—have always sought to influence one another politically," said Stewart. "With the growing power of surveillance technology and digital media, coupled with the prohibitive cost of all-out-war, political influence operations have become a more attractive tool of statecraft for great powers. These weapons of influence are being deployed in a battle for global public opinion about fate of the liberal order. Our 'Information Warfare' interview series aims to understand how these campaigns work, what their goals are, and how democracies can respond." 

Listen to these podcasts on iTunes or on the series' program page, where they are accompanied by full transcripts.

PODCASTS TO DATE: 

Japan-China Battles for Hearts & Minds, with Giulio Pugliese, K...

China-Taiwan "Political Warfare," with Russell Hsiao, Global Taiwan...

China's Influence Operations, with Peter Mattis, Victims of Communi...

Twitter's Moral Flaws, with Mark Hansen, Brown Institute for Media ...

China's "Opinion Deterrence," with Isaac Stone Fish, Asia Society

American vs. Chinese Propaganda, with Robert Daly, the Woodrow Wils...

Asia's "Opinion Wars," with Alexis Dudden, University of Connecticut

Does Fake News Matter? With Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth College

STILL TO COME:

China's Presence on U.S. Campuses, with Jack Marr, Boise State University

Banned in China, with Andrew J. Nathan, Columbia University

Digital Deception, with Ann Ravel, Berkeley Law

China's Political Influence Operations in the United States, Japan, and the West, with Darren Tromblay, Intelligence Analyst

China's Spies, with Zach Dorfman, Carnegie Council

China Steps Out, with Joshua Eisenman, University of Texas at Austin

China's Influence Operations and How to Spot them, with Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, The Daily Beast

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