A neutral country for decades, Sweden is edging ever closer toward NATO.

In 2018, the Swedish government sent a booklet to almost five million families. Titled If Crisis or War Comes, the brochure included information and instructions on basic wartime survival and “total defence.” It also informed Swedes of other threats like climate change, cyberattacks and terrorist strikes. Cold War bunkers, moreover, have been getting upgraded.

The last time Swedes got a similar booklet was in 1961 during the Cold War.

“A modern version of total defence must be able to protect from external attempts to influence democratic society,” said Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. He also announced the creation of an agency focused on countering psychological warfare and disinformation propaganda — both of which Russia has been accused of practising, namely on the U.S. elections and Brexit, Scottish and Catalan referenda.