The Mueller Report and Russian Election Interference

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has completed his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Here are some University of Pennsylvania experts who can speak to the various angles of this story.  

Kathleen Hall Jamieson

Director, Annenberg Public Policy Center.
Professor, Annenberg School for Communication.
University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Jamieson studies political communication, rhetorical theory and criticism, campaign communication and presidential discourse.



Michael Rozansky | 215-746-0202 | mrozansky@asc.upenn.edu


Dr. Rudra Sil

Professor of Political Science.
Co-director, Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business.
School of Arts & Sciences.
University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Sil is the author or editor of six books, including World Order After Leninism and Managing ‘Modernity’: Work, Community and Authority in Late-Industrializing Japan and Russia. He has written articles on various aspects of post-communist politics and political economy.



Gwyneth K. Shaw | 215-898-6460 | gwyneths@upenn.edu


Mitchell Orenstein

Professor and department chair, Russia and East European Studies.

Orenstein has been studying Russia’s non-traditional offensives, including interference in foreign elections, for more than a decade. His latest book, “The Lands in Between: Russia vs. the West and the New Politics of Hybrid War,” will be published in May.



Gwyneth K. Shaw | 215-898-6460 | gwyneths@upenn.edu