Russia waging information war in Sweden, study finds

Swedish Institute of International Affairs accuses Russia of using fake news and false documents to influence opinionSweden’s most authoritative foreign policy institute has accused Russia of using fake news, false documents and disinformation as part of a coordinated campaign to influence public opinion and decision-making in the Scandinavian country.The Swedish Institute of International Affairs said in a comprehensive study that Sweden had been the target of “a wide array of active measures” aimed at “hampering its ability to generate public support in pursuing its policies”. Continue reading...

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