Emma L Briant (2021) ‘The Grim Consequences of a Misleading Study on Disinformation‘ in Wired.
Emma L Briant (2020) ‘Government Efforts to Counter Propaganda Risk Undermining Public Trust‘ in Ottawa Citizen.
Emma L Briant (2020) ‘DARK IRONIES: The Financial Times and Cambridge Analytica’ in Byline Times.
Emma L Briant (2020) ‘OPINION: Governments Have Failed to Learn from the Cambridge Analytica Scandal‘ in OCCRP.
Emma L Briant (2020) ‘We need tougher action against disinformation and propaganda‘ in The Brookings Institution, Tech Tank Blog.
Emma L Briant (2019) ‘Oxford University can’t hide its role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal‘ in Open Democracy & (originally) Medium.
Emma L Briant (2018) ‘Our governments share responsibility for the Cambridge Analytica crisis… and here’s how they should fix it‘ in Open Democracy.
Emma L Briant (2018) ‘Amid shocking revelations about Cambridge Analytica unethical activities, SCL Group’s defence work needs real scrutiny.’ in Open Democracy.
Emma L Briant (2018) ‘Comment is Free: I’ve seen inside the digital propaganda machine. It’s dark in there.’ in The Guardian.
Emma L Briant (2018) ‘Cambridge Analytica and SCL: How I peered inside the propaganda machine.’ in The Conversation.
Emma L Briant (2016) ‘Perspectives: The Post-Truth Factor’ in United Nations Association Magazine.
Emma L Briant (2016) ‘Beacons of Hope and Hate from the US Election: People Power’s Capacity to ‘Trump’ Injustice’ in The Sociological Review.
Emma L Briant (2016) ‘Failure of British Reporting Refugees to Europe’ in United Nations Association Magazine
Emma L Briant (2015) ‘Governing Propaganda?‘ Seminar 3 Position Statement: DATA-PSST! ESRC-funded network project.
Emma L Briant (2015) ‘West’s crisis of communication will make terrorist atrocities more likely’ in The Conversation.
Emma L Briant (2015) ‘Sirens of the Potomac: Think-tanks and Torture’ in CounterPunch.
Emma L Briant (2014) ‘Lee Rigby report another weapon in the propaganda war’, in The Conversation.
Emma L Briant (2013) ‘The UK Media needs to stop referring to refugees as ‘illegal immigrants” in New Statesman.