Tag: Estonia

‘Countering Hybrid Warfare’: Social contracts cultivate resilience


The authors of this article urge countries in the Kremlin’s crosshairs to preemptively identify societal vulnerabilities to hybrid warfare. https://t.co/mzvGi6Mz0o — Texas NatSec Review (@TXNatSecReview) February 2, 2022 How can… Read more »

Russia’s Playbook for Disrupting Democracy


Russia’s brazen interference in the 2016 American presidential election shouldn’t have been a total shock, says Matt Apuzzo, a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter based in Brussels. President Vladimir Putin’s… Read more »

Beware Russian elephant: Kremlin using fake news to confuse the West


Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet, says the company is working to ferret out Russian propaganda from Google News after facing criticism that Kremlin-owned media sites had been given plum… Read more »

Countering disinformation operations in the Baltic States


The Baltic states have been heavily targeted by disinformation campaigns waged by Russia. But Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia are, however, hardened and sensitized to information attacks, having learnt many lessons from… Read more »