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The “Intelligence Week” project – students explore threats, in the face of Russia’s war against Ukraine

11 October marks the launch of the project “Intelligence Week”, implemented by the State Security Department (DSS) in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University (VU TSPMI). The international partner of the project is the Intelligence College in Europe.

The main theme of this year’s project is the Russian-induced war in Ukraine and the newly emerging threats to national, regional and international security. The students of political science who participated in the project carried out analytical work on new risks and threats to the Baltic States, the possibility of using non-kinetic means against NATO countries, the Kremlin regime’s propaganda narratives to Western societies, possible scenarios of the war development, the Russian regime and other security topics relevant to the war in Ukraine.

Mr. François Fischer attends the events celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Romanian National Intelligence Academy in Bucharest

Between 12 and 13 of October 2022, the Director of the Permanent Secretariat of the Intelligence College in Europe attended a series of meetings with our Romanian colleagues, in Bucharest.

The Director met the leadership of the Romanian Intelligence Service, of the National Intelligence Academy and attended a national outreach event organized with the participation of the Romanian Intelligence Community senior leadership. The event was associated to the celebration of 30 years of education in intelligence at the “Mihai Viteazul” National Intelligence Academy.

Munich – Module on Counterterrorism

From 17th until 21st October 2022 the Module on “Counterterrorism” took place in Munich, Germany. This official kick-off event of the Modularised Curriculum was hosted by the German Universität der Bundeswehr (UniBw) under the framework of the Intelligence College in Europe (ICE).

The Intelligence College in Europe was launched on 5th March 2019 in Paris. It brings together 23 member countries, which signed a Letter of Intent on 26th February 2020 in Zagreb, and 7 partner countries.

The College is a collective endeavour of European intelligence communities. It generates professional and academic views on a wide range of intelligence-related topics and disseminates those in order to contribute to the development of a strategic intelligence culture in Europe, without being prescriptive.

The Intelligence College in Europe is a unique intergovernmental initiative enhancing European security.