Strategic Communications Advisor Europe and Special Assistant to the President
TopicsSocial Media & Digital Forensic Research, Digital Engagement Space, Diplomacy, EU, NATO and its Partners, Open Source, Transatlantic Relations
RegionsCentral Europe, Eurasia, Europe
LanguagesGerman, Italian, Polish
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October 27, 2016
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April 06, 2016
April 05, 2016A new Atlantic Council report uses open-source data to debunk Russian claims that its military mostly struck Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) targets, and links Russia to attacks on civilian facilities and the use of cluster bombs in…
April 05, 2016While President Putin announced the end of Russia’s military operations with much fanfare, the modest forces withdrawn thereafter suggest that by no means is Russia’s military role in Syria over. The complete report is available online: http://publications.atlanticcouncil.org/distract-deceive-destroy/
Maksymilian Czuperski serves as the strategic communications advisor europe and special assistant to the President of the Atlantic Council.
Before joining the Council, Czuperski worked on the crisis in Syria as part of an analytics unit that gathered and processed information about the unfolding events in the Syrian war. He also followed developments in the region while at Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in the West Bank and Israel. His prior experience also includes the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York where he provided research support to CFR Senior Fellow and Director for International Economics Dr. Benn Steil with his book, The Battle of Bretton Woods: John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order, which won the top book of the year choice in a Bloomberg poll of global policy makers and CEOs.
At the Atlantic Council, Czuperski has led the Council's efforts on open source, social media and digital forensic research including for the report, Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin's War in Ukraine and Deceive, Distract, Destroy—Putin at War in Syria. Originally from Gdansk, Poland, Czuperski received his BA from Knox College and speaks German, Polish, and Italian.