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Researchers from the Baltic Sea Region Discussed Russian Disinformation

omega online chat Ivo Juurvee

source site Dmitri Teperik

On 12. September Dmitri Teperik and Ivo Juurvee from ICDS participated at the "3rd Subject Matter Expert Workshop" on Russia's (dis-) information against the Nordic-Baltic in Riga.

The workshop was organised by NATO StratCom COE and brings together practitioners and scientists from eight countries – Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Poland. It was already third event in this format providing exchange of best practices and discussion on new avenues of cooperation.



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