CURRENT PROBLEMS IN INTELLIGENCE COOPERATION
The security environment tends to push states and intelligence services to take important steps towards intelligence cooperation at both bilateral and multinational levels. If at NATO level we can speak of a rather strong integration and intelligence cooperation, things are still at an early stage at EU level. There is also a tendency for NATO and the EU to approach, but the current cooperation is just at the beginning.
Keywords: NATO, EU, cooperation; intelligence; multinational; bilateral.
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