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Russian Hybrid Warfare: Lessons from Ukraine for the Nordic-Baltic Region

December 6, 2022 at 10:00 am to 11:00 am
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What has Russia’s war in Ukraine demonstrated about Russia’s hybrid capabilities in Europe, and what does this mean for Nordic-Baltic security?

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By: Amelia Martin

Russia’s war in Ukraine has dramatically altered the European security landscape, especially in a Nordic-Baltic region previously perceived as vulnerable on NATO’s northeastern flank. What lessons should the Nordic-Baltic region learn from the war in Ukraine? What has the war demonstrated about Russia's hybrid capabilities? What should Nordic and Baltic countries do to prepare for potential hybrid threats in the region?

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Speakers: 

Fredrik Löjdquist, Director, Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies, Swedish Institute of International Affairs  

Merle Maigre, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis; Senior Cyber Security Expert, e-Governance Academy  

Hanna Shelest, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis; Director of Security Programmes, Ukrainian Prism; Editor-in-chief, Ukraine Analytica 

 

Moderated by: 

Edward Lucas, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis  

This event is hosted in partnership with the U.S. Embassy in Sweden. 

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