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Several NATO and EU countries are planning to establish a center in Helsinki to research how to counter "hybrid" warfare, a senior Finnish government official said Monday.Finland has a 1,300-km (800-mile) border with Russia, which has been accused of mounting "hybrid" campaigns in the Ukraine conflict – combining conventional and unofficial military means with cyberwarfare, propaganda and other indirect tactics."For example, there has been a lot of talk here in Finland about Russia's influencing of information," Arvonen said.He named ISIS as another organization employing "hybrid" tactics, saying it used disinformation to radicalize people in Europe.
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