The Institute of World Politics, Center for Intermarium Studies
Nathalie Vogel is a French-born, German political scientist. She is a graduate of the Institute of Political Sciences of the University of Innsbruck, Austria. She taught international relations at the University of Bonn, Germany. She has served as a project officer and consultant for youth and civil society at the NATO Office in Moscow where she conducted the information operation “NATO-Russia Rally” in 2006. As a specialist in info-warfare, Nathalie has been monitoring influence operations in Germany since 2007 and advises lawmakers and think tanks. She is a reserve officer in the German AF. From 2013-2015, Nathalie worked at the George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center and joined the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at The Institute of World Politics, where she conducted research work on Cossack military history. Nathalie Vogel joined the Prague-based European Values Center for Security Policy in 2016. Her portfolio includes the monitoring of hostile Chinese and Russian influence and disinformation campaigns in the German language info-space, the development of teaching modules in information warfare, and the briefing of allied governments, international organizations, and NGOs. She is also in charge of internal security, including the investigation of cyber incidents. Since 2019, Nathalie has been conducting successful advocacy campaigns against prominent cases of Russian lawfare involving abusive red notices and arrest warrants. Nathalie Vogel’s analyses on hybrid warfare, lawfare, and intelligence operations appear in U.S., French, German, Austrian, and Czech media. She is also a regular contributor to Voice of America Russian Service. Nathalie Vogel is of Zaporozhian Kuban Cossack extraction. Until 2016, she was the Secretary of the Cossack Congress of America.