Psychological warfare on the EU’s eastern borders

How should the media behave when a small, democratic country faces hostile propaganda from a foe?

I have just been to a gripping conference on psychological warfare, organised by the Estonian government. It brought together Estonian spooks, politicians, military officers and journalists with experts from the US, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The Chatham House rule means I cannot name names. But three big issues are clear. 

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