President Nicolas Maduro’s reelection, while not unexpected, portends a worsening situation in Venezuela with the potential to spill over into neighbouring countries throughout South and Central America. Condemned almost universally, …
In the first part of the State of Information Warfare, an overview of data mining and active measures demonstrated how even simple pieces of user data from social media could …
Part 1 of Erik Nolan’s fascinating exploration into the relationship between information warfare, big data, and the American Presidential elections.
Erik Nolan reflects on whether Chinese mole Jerry Lee’s defection is a symptom of broader failures in America’s Intelligence community
Erik Nolan explores whether North Korea’s recently unveiled HS-15 a propaganda stunt or a missile actually capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the U.S.
As Mugabe’s house arrest continues, Erik Nolan examines the uncertainties in Zimbabwe’s future at this point.
For the past three years, Saudi Arabia’s involvement in Yemen has been overshadowed in Western policy circles by the fight against the Islamic State. Now that the dust is settling …
The DPRK’s latest spate of missile testing and saber-rattling drew a supposedly decisive response from the international community—a closer look reveals the same commitment to the status quo.
Does North Korea possess an ICBM capable of striking targets in the U.S.?
Erik Nolan explores the effects of political propaganda in a world with internet.