April 11, 2018

Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs on his visit to the White House, Estonian security

By Sven Mikser and Jim Townsend

Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser sits down with CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Jim Townsend to discuss his recent visit to Washington DC with the other Baltic Foreign Ministers and Baltic Presidents. He touches on the challenging and changing security situation facing his country, as well as the value of NATO to Estonia.

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