Russian fake news seeks to generate Baltic opposition to NATO presence
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Russian fake news seeks to generate Baltic opposition to
NATO presence
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Paul Goble | The Jamestown Foundation 2017 may 9 d. 13:33

Russian media outlets in Moscow and in the Baltic countries
have stepped up their efforts to generate opposition among
Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians to the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization (NATO). These media sources have been
putting out fake news stories suggesting that NATO was
recruiting Russian speakers, especially in Latvia, to use
“as guinea pigs” to test new “physical, biological and
other techniques.” The goal of such “experimentation”
is purportedly to prepare the Balts to help the Western
alliance invade the Russian Federation.

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