There are concrete steps the Biden administration can take to check Russia and China's actions and arrest democratic backsliding.
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The Wagner Group has been accused of torture and murder and has repeatedly found itself on the receiving end of U.S. sanctions. Both international and domestic laws put relatively few constraints on its operations.
On Mar. 16, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a declassified joint intelligence community assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections.
Foreign intelligence services aren’t simply stealing valuable assets to help their businesses—they’re engaging in an assortment of activities to ensure their countries dominate economically.
Putin's influence in three former Soviet republics has been shaken by a series of political crises.
The Kremlin’s old media tactics illustrate the persistent challenges posed by influence operations.
The SolarWinds breach demonstrates that cyberattacks against IT infrastructure can have OT impact, which could compromise control systems and create real-world harm.
This most recent breach constitutes a stunning display of the U.S. government’s porous defenses of sensitive government networks and databases.
Why foreign actors are hiring firms with cheap labor and local knowledge to post inauthentic content to social media.
A first-of-its-kind Department of Homeland Security threat assessment details a range of threats to the United States.