Bradley Hanlon

Research Assistant, Alliance for Securing Democracy, German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)

Russia
English

Research Assistant, Alliance for Securing Democracy, German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)

Russia
English

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By Bradley Hanlon

Russia’s Network of Millennial Media


The video is short, digestible, and catchy. A young Twitter personality dives into the latest news from… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

A Long Way To Go: Analyzing Facebook, Twitter, and Google’s Efforts to Combat Foreign…


Two years after the Russian government manipulated social media to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election,… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

Iran’s Newest Info Op Shows an Evolution of Tactics


On October 26, Facebook announced that it removed “82 Pages, Groups, and accounts for coordinated inauthentic behavior” originating from… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

Target USA: Key Takeaways from the Kremlin’s “Project Lakhta”


On October 19, the Department of Justice announced charges against Elena Khusyaynova, a St. Petersburg-based accountant, for… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

Key Takeaways from the Kremlin’s Recent Interference Offensive


On October 4, officials in the Netherlands and U.K. revealed a joint counterintelligence operation that led to… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

From Nord Stream to Novichok: Kremlin Propaganda on Google’s Front Page


On May 24, an international team of investigators from the Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, and Ukraine announced that… Read more

By Bradley Hanlon

It’s Not Just Facebook: Countering Russia’s Social Media Offensive


Russian influence operations exploit the vulnerabilities of social media platforms to disseminate false narratives and amplify divisive… Read more

Biography

Bradley Hanlon is a research assistant with the Alliance for Securing Democracy at the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF). Before joining the German Marshall Fund, he worked as a consultant for the Institute for the Study of War, with a focus on Russian activity in the Middle East and North Africa. Mr. Hanlon has also served as a civilian research assistant at the National War College, after completing an internship with the Department of State’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations. Mr. Hanlon earned his master’s degree from the George Washington University, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

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