LIIA presents new report on China and the Baltic states

The Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) is presenting its latest report on March 6, which you can watch as a stream here on LSM.

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This one comes with a particularly eye-catching title: "Classic Cleavages in New Light: Chinese Informational Influence in the Baltics".

According to LIIA: "The report is based on nationwide surveys conducted by the Eastern Europe Studies Center - EESC (Lithuania) in partnership with the Latvian Institute of International Affairs - LIIA (Latvia) and the International Center for Defense and Security - ICDS (Estonia). The aim was to assess the susceptibility and resilience of the societies of the three Baltic states to the Chinese influence in the information domain. The report calls for strengthening resilience of the Baltic states' societies to economic coercion and, most importantly, their self-confidence in the ability of small democratic states to protect their fundamental values and interests through coalition-building and active foreign policymaking."

The launch event and discussion starts at 10:00 on Wednesday, March 6, For full details see here.

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