How European Intel Services Connect the Dots

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Intelligence cooperation within Europe can get messy. There are national intelligence units, European Union (EU) intel structures, and ones within NATO. How all of these different institutions coordinate and share information is vital to securing the continent and has been of heightened focus with the wave of terror attacks in Europe over the past year. The Cipher Brief’s Kaitlin Lavinder spoke with former Polish Defense Attaché to Washington Brigadier General (Ret.) Jarosław Stróżyk, who also served as the Deputy Director of the Intelligence Division in NATO’s International Military Staff, about how European intelligence works.

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