August 3, 2020

How to Lose the Information War with Nina Jankowicz

In 2016, disinformation from foreign sources like Russia had a devastating effect on our domestic politics, and we’re still paying the price. They’re not stopping in 2020, and their tactics are expanding. It’s so important to understand what’s happening and what we can do about it, so we’ve invited Nina Jankowicz on the show.

Nina is the Disinformation Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She’s also the author of the new book “How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and The Future of Conflict.”

Transcript – Alyssa Milano Sorry Not Sorry Ep 68 Nina Jankowicz.


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Sources for audio clips

Donald Trump To CNN Reporter: You Are Fake News | CNBC
How Russia hacked the election - CBS News
12 Russians Accused of Hacking Democrats in 2016 Campaign - VOA News
Hillary Clinton: Russia Trying To Influence Election For Donald Trump | CNBC
Nina Jankowicz: Practice Informational Distancing
Hillary Clinton: The US is losing "an information war" - The Daily Converation
Donald Trump 'encourages Russia to hack Clinton emails' BBC News
Scope of Russian Hacking
Russian interference in the 2020 election: why you should care | Just The FAQs
Internet Research Agency/Troll Farms
How Russian trolls weaponized your social media feed - Vox
Trump Sides With Putin
Trump-Putin news conference sends shockwaves around the world - ABC News
Trump-Putin news conference sends shockwaves around the world - ABC News
2020 Disinformation From Domestic Sources
The Spread of Disinformation and the 2020 Election | Amanpour and Company | Amanpour and Company
Social Media
Social media fuels disinformation - France 24 News
Russians Arrested
Russia’s ‘troll factory’ impersonates Americans to sow political chaos. How can the U.S. fight it? - PBS NewsHour

Show Credits

Host: Alyssa Milano
Executive Producer: Alyssa Milano
Associate Producer: Ben Jackson
Editing and Sound Production: Natasha Jacobs
Music by: Milo Bugliari, Josh Cooke & Eleisha Eagle