The EU wants to counter Chinese and Russian disinformation campaigns more effectively with a new platform. A newly created “Information Sharing and Analysis Centre” within the Diplomatic Service of the European Union (EEAS) will track disinformation from outside the EU and also coordinate with the 27 member states and civil society actors, EU chief diplomat Josep Borrell announced on Tuesday at an event on countering disinformation in Brussels. “Authoritarian regimes try to create misinformation and manipulate it,” Borrell warned.
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