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NATO STRATCOMCOE targets 'vaccine wars'
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) returns April 14 with an exciting-sounding discussion of what it calls 'COVID-19 vaccine wars'.
NATO STRATCOMCOE considers North Africa and violent extremism
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) returns to cyberspace April 7 with an online conversation considering "Countering Violent Extremism in North Africa and Sahel" with Stefano Marcuzzi and Pascal Carlucci.
STRATCOMCOE analyzes Russia's role in Africa
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) is back with another illuminating online discussion March 31, this time with Russia's activities on the African continent in focus.
Defense sector ready to help with vaccination
The defense industry is prepared to help with vaccination tents and logistics, but could also take over the process if necessary, the defense minister Artis Pabriks told Latvian Radio March 24.
NATO STRATCOMCOE tackles 'Audience Analysis'
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) returns March 24 with another in its series of online discussions of strategic communications topics.
NATO STRATCOMCOE considers Japanese experience
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communication Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) has another in its ongoing series of online discussions taking place February 17, this time with Japan the center of attention. 
Army might be fully supplied with local food this year
The defense sector is planning to reach a number of aims this year, including ensuring that the armed forces are fully supplied with food produced in Latvia, Defense Minister Artis Pabriks told Latvian Radio January 22.
NATO jets scrambled to intercept Russian planes 350 times this year
NATO air forces across Europe scrambled more than 400 times in 2020 to intercept unknown aircraft approaching Alliance airspace. Almost 90 percent of these missions - around 350 - were in response to flights by Russian military aircraft, a release from NATO headquarters said, describing the number as "a moderate increase from 2019."
NATO STRATCOMCOE director predicts 2021 trends
It's the time of year when everyone likes to predict what will happen next year and beyond, and the Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) is no exception, albeit with a more specialized twist than the usual soothsaying about who will win Eurovision and whether Barcelona or Real Madrid will top La Liga.
China's influence in the Nordic-Baltic region under examination
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) has another in its series of online discussions taking place December 9, this time focussing on "China's influence in the Nordic-Baltic region" with expert commentary from Björn Jerdén, Head of Asia Programme and Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs in Stockholm.

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