|Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)
|Number 5 (2124)
|Blog & Commentary
Russian intelligence services are actively developing their networks of spies in the European Union (EU). While Member States are trying to counteract this and are undertaking coordinated action, many of them have limited operational capacities. Their cooperation at the EU level is hampered by differences in threat perceptions and a lack of mutual trust. With the aim of developing common competences, EU diplomacy can inform Member State societies about the growing scale of espionage threats by publishing regular reports on this subject.
|Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions
|European Union [EU]