PAI 700 | Disinformation and Influence in the Digital Age | Nina Jankowicz

Monday and Thursday evenings 6:00pm – 8:45pm

Course Description:

Disinformation has always been a tactic of political and social influence, but the advent of social media and targeted advertising has increased its potency and efficacy. How are nation states and domestic actors using online disinformation to shore up power and profit, and how can policymakers address this threat to democracy while keeping its values intact? This course will examine the elements of foreign policy, tech policy and regulation, changes in the media environment, and government responses that affect digital disinformation and its success, and equip students to critically observe and analyze this fast-changing sphere.


PAI 700 | Washington Practicum | Andrew London
Students can earn up to three credits working as an intern for an agency or organization that focuses on public and international affairs.


Students are accepted on a rolling basis as space permits.

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