Baltics and Taiwan discuss countering hybrid threats

A discussion is taking place January 20 examining the experiences of the Baltic states and Taiwan in countering hybrid threats.

In cooperation with the Taipei Mission in the Republic of Latvia, the Latvian Institute of International Affairs is inviting the public to watch the discussion and book presentation: "Hybrid Threats in Baltics and Taiwan: Commonalities, Risks and Lessons for Small Democracies," held on January 20, 2022.

For the full event program please see here. The discussion gets under way at 11:00 Rīga time.

 


"The Baltics and Taiwan have been facing uncertainties caused by risks to political legitimacy, societal resilience, critical infrastructure, energy security, and cyber security. The goal of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs latest volume is to take stock of these experiences and their regional manifestations, to draw parallels between the threats that caused them, to map the risks we're still facing, and to present wider lessons based both on the successes and tribulations of the Baltic states and Taiwan," says advance publicity material.

The book "Hybrid Threats in Baltics and Taiwan: Commonalities, Risks and Lessons for Small Democracies" has gathered a group of leading academics and researchers to provide a fresh and current overview of the threats that have proven to be challenging for small democracies.

The book in PDF format is available here.

The project is supported by the Taipei Mission in the Republic of Latvia.

 

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