Russia Pulling Strings on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Sophie Eisentraut
Transatlantic Post-Doctoral Fellow, German Marshall Fund
Etienne Soula
Research Associate, American University

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The Author is Sophie Eisentraut

Sophie Eisentraut is a transatlantic post-doctoral fellow at the German Marshall Fund (GMF) in Washington, DC. She conducts research on the legitimacy and reform of international organizations, specifically on the challenges to effective multilateral cooperation that arise from the (re-)emergence of non-Western powers. Eisentraut was formerly a transatlantic post-doctoral fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) and a research associate at the Global... Read More

The Coauthor is Etienne Soula

Etienne Soula is a research associate at American University in Washington D.C. He also writes and conducts analysis for the Alliance for Securing Democracy (ASD) at the German Marshall Fund. Etienne‘s work with ASD focuses in particular on Russian interference in the recent French and German elections.

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