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How Northern Ireland voted in the EU referendum – and what it means for border talks

Date published - 27/04/2017

Author - John Garry, School of History, Anthropology, Philosohy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast, John Coakley, Professor of Politics, Queen's University Belfast, and Brendan O'Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania

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Our discovery of a minor planet beyond Neptune shows there might not be a 'Planet Nine' after all

Date published - 18/04/2017

Author - Michele Bannister, Research Fellow, planetary astronomy, Queen's University Belfast

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US strike on Syria swiftly ends talk of warmer relations with Russia

Date published - 07/04/2017

Author - Alexander Titov, Lecturer in Modern European History, Queen's University Belfast

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The media must respond more responsibly to terrorist attacks – here's how

Date published - 04/04/2017

Author - Richard English, Professor of Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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Is Hamas rebranding to orient towards Egypt?

Nearly 30 years after Hamas was founded in the occupied Palestinian territories, it is now revisiting its founding ideals and principles says Professor Beverley Milton-Edwards.

The post Is Hamas rebranding to orient towards Egypt? appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 13/04/2017

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The roots of Trump’s “travel ban”

Since 9/11, there has been a shift from catching terrorists to policing Muslims says Dr Zaheer Kazmi.

The post The roots of Trump’s “travel ban” appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 13/04/2017

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No New Good Friday Agreement, but Hoping for an Easter Resurrection in Northern Ireland

As the talks to restore power-sharing break for Easter having failed to reach an agreement. Dr Peter McLoughlin looks at some of the sticking points that have led to this impasse almost 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement.

The post No New Good Friday Agreement, but Hoping for an Easter Resurrection in Northern Ireland appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 13/04/2017

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