Russian manipulation of the 2016 U.S. presidential election employed a diversified portfolio of overt and covert propaganda resources which it spent years cultivating and will likely use to influence Western elections in the future.
Volume 21: Issue 3
A Strategic Intelligence and International Politics & Policy journal at Patrick Henry College.
We are pleased to enter our tenth year of providing analysis on national security and foreign policy.
Volume 21, Issue 3
Spencer Kolssak, Publication Manager
David Poythress, Editor
Andrew Shepherd, Copy Editor
Cover: Wikimedia Commons | Graffiti Outside Former Embassy of the US to Iran in Tehran
Volume 21 Issues
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The Intelligencer‘s mission is to expand public understanding of crucial matters in national security, intelligence, and international relations.
We focus on producing articles that have a succinct and easy-to-read style, thorough research, insightful analysis, and informed predictions and policy recommendations.
Established 2007. Sponsored by Patrick Henry College’s Strategic Intelligence (SI) program.
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