Online Media in Georgia: Still Hatching

Georgia has experienced a boom in internet and mobile penetration. That's not enough for the country’s digital media to take off.

Misinformation in Serbia: Politics, Clicks and Cash

Established websites dominate the misinformation landscape in Serbia, usually with a strong political agenda. Favoring the government is rewarded with public money.

Slovak Media Welcomes New Oligarchs

The oligarchs’ grip on the Slovak media continued to strengthen in the past year, but a few doughty independent media put up fierce resistance.

A Tough Market for Misinformers to Crack

Misinformation is not absent in Moldova, but its sources are located in state and commercial mainstream media. Smaller websites have a hard time to survive.

Irion on Artificial Intelligence and EU Trade Policy

March 6, 2020
A study by researchers from the University of Amsterdam’s Institute for Information Law, including CMDS Fellow Kristina Irion, recommends that EU trade policy should take steps to anticipate transnational challenges in AI deployment.