Christopher C. Chivvis: The Future of Transatlantic Security
Britain has voted to leave the European Union – what does that mean for transatlantic defense and security?
The United Kingdom's vote to leave the E.U. is a severe blow to the E.U.'s long-standing interest in building a common foreign and defense policy and could pose questions for NATO. Yet the impact of "Brexit" on practical cooperation – both between the U.K. and Europe and the U.K. and the United States – should be more limited, at least in the near term.
Brexit has no direct effect on NATO, but news of the referendum undoubtedly buoyed spirits in the Kremlin today, where leaders will view it as confirmation that Europe is weak and disunited. This could encourage a more aggressive Russian stance against NATO in the future.
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More News On The Impact Of Brexit On NATO And National Security
NATO Secretary General’s statement on the outcome of the British referendum on the EU -- NATO
NATO chief says post-Brexit alliance 'more important than ever' -- The Hill
NATO Says UK To Stay 'Strong' Ally Despite Brexit -- AFP
France fears Brexit consequences for EU defense capability -- Reuters
'We've NOT withdrawn from the world': Michael Fallon insists Britain is committed to Nato and will keep helping Europe stand up to Russia with RAF jets and UK soldiers -- Daily Mail
In Defense, United Technologies Most At Risk From Brexit: Citi -- Barrons
For Defense Firms, Brexit Could Be Europe’s Sequester -- Defense one
Obama and NATO Respond to Britain’s Decision to Leave EU -- Epoch Times
How To Keep Britain’s Global Power Post-Brexit -- Colin Clark, Breaking Defense
What ‘Brexit’ Means for National Security -- Paul D. Shinkman, US News and World Report
'Brexit' Could Trigger Defense Cuts, Report Claims -- Andrew Chuter, Defense News
Post-Brexit Defense Policy -- Kori Schake, Foreign Policy
How Brexit Challenges U.S. Security -- Dov S. Zakheim, National Interest
Brexit Could Be a Blow for US National Security and Global Privacy -- Timothy Edgar, Lawfare
After the Brexit, What's Next for Defense? -- Andrew Chuter, Defense news