In the NewsMay 19, 2022
Hindrén in Breaking Defense: What Finland will bring to NATO – and how it might change the alliance
By Rasmus Hindrén
Rasmus Hindrén writes that while the public has been focused on whether Finland will join NATO. there are five key areas to watch if it does
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Rasmus Hindrén is a nonresident senior fellow with the Transatlantic Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and the head of international relations at the European Center of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats.
Previously, he was the deputy head of unit for defense cooperation at the Ministry of Defense of Finland. He has served as defense counselor at the embassy of Finland in Washington, DC, and as defense adviser at the Permanent Representation of Finland to the European Union.
He has held several positions in Finland’s Ministry of Defense and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs dealing with security policy, defense cooperation, and defense planning.
Hindrén has a master’s degree in international relations. He has authored several articles on security and defense policy.