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Jan 20

A View from Estonia: Russia and the Threats Posed to Transatlantic Security

While Russia’s annexation of Crimea and further aggression against Ukraine in the Donbas came as a shock to many in Western Europe and the United States, these actions came as little surprise to those member states on NATO’s front lines – especially the Baltic states. Leveraging insights and experience from the nations in the Alliance that know Russia the best could prove a critical advantage as the U.S. and NATO develop a new strategy to deal with a resurgent Russia. Estonian Brigadier General Meelis Kiili, Commander of the Estonian Defence League, shares his insights on Russia. Join us to learn how energy, cyber, and information warfare are likely to factor into any potential future conflicts between Russia and the West.

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Brigadier General Meelis Kiili
Commander of the Defence League, Republic of Estonia

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Luke Coffey Luke Coffey

Director, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Read More