AidData has established itself as a leading innovator in new methods to quantify which economic and soft power tools China, Russia, and the U.S. use, with whom, and to what end. We have produced first-of-its-kind analysis to measure Beijing’s public diplomacy footprint in the Asia-Pacific and South and Central Asia; designed novel metrics to monitor the Kremlin’s ability to influence civic space, media resilience, and energy security in Europe and Eurasia; and convened thought leaders to understand U.S. strategic communications and foreign assistance options in an era of great power competition. AidData regularly provides advice, training, custom analytics, public-facing dashboards, policy reports, and data for government agencies, multilaterals, NGOs and think tanks to monitor and counter foreign influence.


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