SERVICE OF UKRAINE
The Leadership of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine
Democratic Civilian Control
Symbols and Encouraging Decorations
Laws and Regulations
Government Cleansing (Lustration)
Access to Public Information
Application for a Job
Most Frequently Asked Questions About FISU
All-Ukrainian Council of Veterans of the Foreign Intelligence
Ukraine embraces openness with new report on Russian hybrid warfare challenges
Ukraine’s security and intelligence services have struggled with reputational issues ever since independence. During the early post-Soviet period, the Security Services and Foreign Intelligence Service operated with much the same mentality as the KGB during the Cold War, with the West seen as the main adversary. However, this has long since ceased to be the case.
It Is Not the Time to Relax
The Intelligence Service Determined Major External Threats to Ukraine
The UPR’s School of Intelligence
In 1919–1920, an Intelligence Officers Training School functioned in the system of special services of the Ukrainian People's Republic. Despite the fact that the leadership of the Armed Forces of the Republic, which constantly cared about conduct of hostilities on several fronts, could not cope with everything at once, the issue of training intelligence staff was important. Archival documents tell us how the education at that school was organized.