EconographicsJan 8, 2024
The long shadow of the Red Sea shipping disruption
By Alex Mills
Recent attacks on shipping moving through the red sea have exposed broader risks around international maritime commerce. Policy makers must use this wake-up call to build a more resilient international shipping ecosystem.
New AtlanticistOct 5, 2023
Russian War Report: Civilian cafe attacked and a fake Ukrainian news site is exposed
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
A suspicious website impersonating a Ukrainian news agency accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Ukrainian leadership of corruption and misusing aid provided by the United States.
ReportAug 16, 2023
Digital identities and border cultures: The limits of technosolutionism in the management of human mobility
By Nanjala Nyabola
A paper to better inform the conversation around technology’s impact on democracy by evaluating technosolutionism and its application to the management of human mobility.
ReportAug 8, 2023
Sudan’s precarious information environment and the fight for democracy
By Tessa Knight, Lujain Alsedeg
An examination of the time from December 2018, when protests against then-president Omar al-Bashir first broke out, and December 2022, when a framework agreement between civilian and military leaders came into play.