Estonian analysis of the Russian Threat to Europe

Ifri, in partnership with the Intelligence College in Europe, recently held the fifth conference in Ifri’s intelligence series. This event aimed to analyze the threat landscape through the eyes of senior officials from various European countries and to contribute to a common Strategic European Intelligence culture.

On June 3rd, Ifri hosted a distinguished panel to analyze the state of the Russian threat in the realms of military power, cyberspace, and throughout the hybrid spectrum. The event, chaired by Thomas Gomart, IFRI’s Director, featured as Keynote Speakers K. Rosin, the Director General of the Foreign Intelligence Service, and A. Kiviselg, the Commander of the Estonian Military Intelligence Centre.

The Intelligence College in Europe thanks the Estonian Embassy in Paris, IFRI, all participants and attendees for making this event a success.