Jamie Fly quoted in The New York Times article, “Russia Pushes U.S.-Funded News Outlet Toward Exit”

"'The Kremlin appears to be exploiting the chaos at U.S. international broadcasting,' said Jamie Fly, a former head of RFE/RL, who was fired by the Trump administration last summer. 'It may just be a tactical move to create issues to barter with a new administration, but this is going to be an administration much more skeptical of cooperation with the Kremlin than the previous one...'" Read the full article here: Full Article

2021-03-29T00:56:52-04:00January 21, 2021|Geopolitical Perspectives|

Jamie Fly writes with Tim Morrison in The Dispatch: “Chemical Weapons in Russia an Early Test for Biden”

"Despite the Kremlin’s ongoing attacks against the United States and its allies, some influential foreign policy voices are already counseling the incoming Biden administration to prioritize arms control with Moscow. Those voices would do well to stop and consider the current threat Moscow poses to arms control itself. "Last month, Bellingcat and CNN revealed the results of an investigation into the August poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, who was arrested Sunday by Russian authorities upon his return to Moscow [...]

2021-01-22T13:24:42-05:00January 18, 2021|Geopolitical Perspectives|

Jamie Fly writes in The Washington Post: “How Biden Can Undo Damage to U.S.-Backed News Outlets That Counter Authoritarian Propaganda”

"Authoritarians have long practiced the cynical art of manipulating information to stifle dissent and shape international perceptions of their regimes. But in the digital age, they are armed as never before, reaching into other countries to influence political discourse and spread conspiracy theories..." Read the full article here: Full Article

2021-01-19T09:38:05-05:00December 24, 2020|Geopolitical Perspectives|
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