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October 10, 2018
In the process recently of reorganizing the far-too-many books in our house, I came across Dezinformatsya: Active Measure in Soviet Strategy by my graduate school professor Richard H. Shultz and his colleague Roy Godson, published in 1984. In my Soviet Studies focus at the Fletcher School of Law... Read More
August 16, 2018
On a cold, dark night in February 2017, the European Union (EU) flag was illuminated in Bucharest’s Victory Square. But this flag was not made of silk flying over a spotlight; rather, it was a flag brought to life by the flashlights and colored paper of 3,000 Romanians who had gathered on the 27th... Read More
August 03, 2018
In July 1918, a non-American flag flew over the White House – one of only two times this occurred in U.S. history. Any guesses? No, it wasn’t the Union Jack, but another red, white and blue flag... Read More
December 21, 2015
German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel left the party congress of her Christian-Democratic Union (CDU) last week firmly in control of her message, her party, and her country.  When it was all done, the Süddeutsche Zeitung, writing from the Bavarian front lines of the refugee crisis, made it... Read More
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Jan Surotchak

Senior Director, Transatlantic Strategy
December 11, 2015
At that time, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens were braving freezing temperatures in order to demonstrate against a corrupt government that had refused to sign an Association Agreement with the European Union. The people were in the square to peacefully support a new government that... Read More