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Daniel Milo is a senior research fellow at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute based in Bratislava. At GLOBSEC, he established the STRATCOM Program, where he leads several innovative initiatives and projects analyzing and countering foreign subversive efforts in the region of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). He has authored, co-authored, and led development of several major analyses of subversive Russian influence in the CEE region and its impact on society and public opinion. Some of these works include GLOBSEC Trends, Vulnerability Index, and Countering Information Warfare – Lessons Learned from NATO Members and Partner Countries. He is a former adviser at the Slovak Ministry of Interior and the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE-ODIHR). Milo has led the development and implementation of several large-scale international projects at OSCE-ODIHR and the Ministry of Interior, and is an internationally recognized expert on radicalization, extremism and propaganda issues.