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Jun 12, 2024

Intentionally vague: How Saudi Arabia and Egypt abuse legal systems to suppress online speech

By Dina Sadek, Layla Mashkoor, Iain Robertson, Andy Carvin

Egypt and Saudi Arabia are weaponizing vaguely written domestic media, cybercrime, and counterterrorism laws to target and suppress dissent, opposition, and vulnerable groups.

Digital Policy Disinformation

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Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC to discuss Trump’s response to guilty verdict

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law

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Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC’s Prosecuting Donald Trump Podcast to discuss Trump trial verdict

By Atlantic Council

Americas Politics & Diplomacy

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Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC to discuss Trump trial conclusion

By Atlantic Council

Americas Politics & Diplomacy

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Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC to discuss Trump Mar-a-Lago claims

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law

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Jun 11, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC to discuss Trump prosecution

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law

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Jun 5, 2024

A high-level official’s conviction opens the door for progress on women’s rights in Kazakhstan

By Margarita Assenova

A former economy minister’s murder case has sparked renewed efforts to confront domestic abuse and promote women’s rights in Kazakhstan.

Central Asia Human Rights

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May 30, 2024

McCord quoted in Raw Story on Trump’s immunity case with the Supreme Court

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law

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May 30, 2024

McCord joins MSNBC’s “Prosecuting Donald Trump” Podcast to discuss Michael Cohen in Trump’s hush money trial

By Atlantic Council

Politics & Diplomacy Rule of Law

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May 30, 2024

Arbit joins Bloomberg TV to discuss the ICC’s seeking of arrest warrants for Israeli leaders

By Atlantic Council

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