How to resist Russian aggression and what to do to increase the sense of security in Europe? The last three decades and the war in Ukraine have taught enough lessons to make changes in Europe’s security architecture and its relations with Russia. On 29 November, Dr Kristi Raik and Martin Hurt presented their fresh policy paper at the ICDS. The authors presented Estonia’s view and made seven recommendations for the European Union and NATO to keep in mind in shaping their security policy.
The introduction of the publication was followed by a discussion panel and questions from the audience. The panel featured Dr Kristi Raik, Director of the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute (EFPI) at the ICDS, Martin Hurt, former Research Fellow of the ICDS, and Jyri Lavikainen, Research Fellow of the Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA). The conversation was led by Evelyn Kaldoja, Head of Foreign Desk at Postimees.
More about the publication: Building European Security Against Russia – A View From Estonia