This paper summarizes discussions held on 24 May 2016 in Riga, Latvia, which focused on exploring the Kremlin and DAESH information activities in order to improve our understanding of the nature of these communications and their effect on Western societies. The questions discussed were:
How are the communications and messages of DAESH and the Kremlin constructed and disseminated?
Are their methods changing?
Why do such messages appeal to youth, even if they are familiar with Western Values and consumerism?
What are the weakest aspects of our information environment and what can we do to improve?