Helle Dale, Heritage Foundation

Helle Dale

Heritage Foundation

Washington, United States

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Past articles by Helle:

U.S. Must Prod China for More Freedom for Foreign Journalists

Comparing the treatment of foreign journalists in China and in the United States not only is misleading, it is downright insulting. The news that President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping had reached an agreement to restart visas for foreign journalists was greeted by some as an indication that Biden is getting tough on China. Others correctly argued that progress on visas is not even… → Read More

Codevilla: The Tragic Loss of a Philosopher and Conservative Legend

Angelo Codevilla, one of the leaders of the American conservative movement and the world, died on Sept. 20 in a car accident. → Read More

Biden Accurately Pegs Putin as a Killer

Russian President Vladimir Putin is a killer because, first, he rose to power in one of the most brutal military actions in history. → Read More

George Shultz: A Centenarian’s 8 Decades of Service Remembered

In an essay, “Life and Learning After One Hundred Years,” published Dec. 13, George Shultz identified trust as the key to success. → Read More

New Leadership Is Exactly What Voice of America Needs

Veteran broadcaster Robert Reilly will be taking over Voice of America, which has suffered years of mismanagement under Obama-era appointees. → Read More

The Voice of America’s One-Sided Coverage of Black Lives Matter Protests

The Voice of America, the U.S. Agency for Global Media’s flagship operation, is putting its own spin on coverage of the Black Lives Matter riots in the United States. It’s a spin consistent with much of the rest of the mainstream media—the CNNs of the world—and hardly represents an accurate image of what is going on in America today. → Read More

‘Fundamental Security Failures’ in This Agency Need to Be Investigated

The new head of the U.S. Global Media Agency calls on Congress to investigate his agency. After persistent security failures, this is long overdue. → Read More

China’s Outrageous Coronavirus Blame Game

The communist government's propaganda campaign began accelerating when it no longer was possible for China to conceal the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Chinese Coronavirus Disinformation Campaign Targets United States

The Chinese coronavirus disinformation campaign is straight out of the old Soviet playbook and demands a vigorous response from the U.S. State Department. → Read More

Coronavirus Fears Fed by Soviet-style Agitprop From Russia, China, and Iran

Never letting a crisis go to waste, propagandists are using the coronavirus to spread disinformation and conspiracy theories about the United States. In China, Russia, and Iran, conspiracy theories about the origins of the coronavirus are swirling through government-run media outlets, pointing fingers at the U.S. military’s biological-warfare labs or the CIA. → Read More

The Enduring Relevance of Reagan’s Speech to the British Parliament

President Ronald Reagan’s speech to the British Parliament at Westminster, delivered on June 8, 1982, continues to inspire in its vision and relevance. → Read More

Hungary Is Key to Shoring Up NATO Alliance

Closer U.S.-Hungary ties are a major step in the right direction. → Read More

Google Caves to the Intolerant Left, Betraying Its Own Ideals

We’ve reached an impasse as the left seeks to dominate digital platforms, just like it dominates most of the media and academia, brutally stifling debate. → Read More

Voice of America Is Undermining the US Abroad. Trump Can Easily Change That.

President Trump can dismiss the current Broadcasting Board of Governors and nominate a CEO who will represent the policies of his administration. → Read More

In Cold War Flashback, Russia Designates VOA, Radio Free Europe as Foreign Agents

Russian information warfare has become a major weapon against the West, complete with fake news stories, internet trolls, and propaganda factories. → Read More

Russia Used Facebook Ads to Wield Influence in America. We Need Greater Transparency.

Americans are only now waking up to the threat posed by Russia’s disinformation strategy. → Read More

Russian Information Warfare: An Advancing Front of Disinformation and Propaganda

Recent revelations of the Russian purchase of Facebook ads in the last U.S. presidential election cycle and efforts to sway public opinion to undermine faith in American democracy are classic examples of Kremlin information warfare. Americans have been reminded that while the Soviet Union is long gone, its insidious disinformation strategies are alive and well. The countries along Russia’s… → Read More

Trump’s Opportunity to Oust Those Who Covered Up Benghazi Missteps

After five years, some justice over Benghazi may be within reach. → Read More

Russia Will Not Win a Diplomatic Tit-for-Tat With the US

Vladimir Putin is finding that his aggressive actions will be met with proportional pushback from the United States. → Read More

Trump’s Foreign Trip Tells a Tale of 2 Europes

In Poland, Trump was greeted by cheering crowds. → Read More