As a proud member of NATO and the EU, Estonia exemplifies the Western orientation of the Baltic states and has been a key player in advancing democracy, transatlantic cooperation, and cybersecurity at the state level. However, recent challenges — in the East and the West — risk stifling this cooperation and the post–Cold War global order. Both the transatlantic alliance and the values that unite it are being questioned on all fronts.

Please join AEI for remarks by Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas on how to preserve the transatlantic alliance from these challenges. After his speech, AEI’s Leon Aron will lead a discussion, followed by questions from the audience.

This audio first appeared at an AEI event held on October 30, 2019, at AEI’s headquarters in Washington, DC.

Watch the full event here.

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