The aftermath of ‘Brexit’ can be described with many words, but none more so than confusing. Almost overnight, the UK’s party political system, the strength of the City of London and the UK’s platform within Europe seemed unclear.
Despite the sensationalism found within European media, particularly within the UK, the mandate from Downing Street remains clear: carry on as normal. As the UK continues to formulate plans for its exit from the European Union over the next two years, its role within NATO will become increasingly important in order to ensure beneficial relationships with EU member states. With regard to the Baltic states, this will involve a significant role deterring Russian aggression.