Katarína Klingová

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From Online Battlefield to Loss of Trust

GENERAL DISTRUST IN THE MEDIA Most of the young people in 8 countries analysed seem not to… Read more

By Katarína Klingová

From Online Battlefield to Loss of Trust?

The boundaries between the “online” and “offline” world have blurred. This is especially the case for today’s… Read more

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What Do We Know About Disinformation Websites in the Czech Republic and Slovakia?

Key Insights:  In August 2018, the konspiratori.sk database of consisted of 118 websites identified as spreading dubious… Read more

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From Democracy Defenders to Foreign Agents?

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) constitute an important and integral part of our societies. However, while trying to pursue their… Read more

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How Far can They Go? Quantifying the Spread of Disinformation Narratives

The murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová shocked not only Slovak society but also the wider… Read more

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GLOBSEC Trends 2017: Mixed messages and Signs of Hope from Central and Eastern Europe

Which CEE countries favour a neutral position between West and East? Who is the biggest Eurosceptic and which… Read more


Katarína Klingová is a research fellow at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute in Bratislava. A member of GLOBSEC’s Strategic Communication program, she has helped the institute prepare publications on disinformation such as Information War Monitor since 2016. Prior to joining GLOBSEC, Ms. Klingová worked as a researcher and project coordinator at Transparency International Slovakia, and she also currently contributes to the research of the International Republican Institute’s Beacon Project. Ms. Klingová has authored or co-authored numerous scholarly analyses on foreign disinformation and subversion in Central Europe, including Vulnerability Index: Subversive Russian Influence in Central Europe and Countering Information Warfare – Lessons Learned from NATO Members and Partner Countries. She earned her master’s degree from Central European University in Budapest.