Minister of National Defence, Lithuania
Assistant Secretary General for Defence Policy and Planning, NATO
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia
Chief Political Advisor, Allied Maritime Command, NATO
Research Director, German Council on Foreign Relations
In the next few months Finland and Sweden will likely become the 31st and 32nd members of NATO. What kind of Allies will they be, and what will this mean for the security of the Nordic-Baltic region?
Russia’s war in Ukraine has prompted Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to accelerate the building of their armed forces.
The issue of European security is often misunderstood because it covers multiple realities. Guaranteeing Europe’s security means preparing for an attack on its territory, which increasingly coincides with that of NATO members.