On Monday, 27 November the department of History and Art History of Utrecht University and the Netherlands Atlantic Association co-hosted a symposium in Utrecht on the history of ‘NATO and (Counter)intelligence’.
According to many, both in academia and in the policy world, NATO and intelligence is an oxymoron. To them the appointment of Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven as NATO’s first Assistant Secretary General for Intelligence and Security almost a year ago must have come as a surprise and should be a clear sign of the recognition of today’s relevance of intelligence to NATO’s alliance.
A report of the symposium can be found here.
Eleni Braat (Utrecht University)
Bob de Graaff (Utrecht University)
|Moderator:||Laurien Crump (Utrecht University)|
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