Is NATO Getting Serious About Counterintelligence in the Second Cold War?

Alex Carpenter made contributions to this article. During his visit to the U.S. last week, Slovak Defense Minister Martin Glváč announced plans to create an education and training center for NATO’s counterintelligence activities.  Dubbed the Centre for Excellence for Counterintelligence, it’s the first of its kind, signalling a shift to long-term, strategic thinking on NATO’s […]
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