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Ireland's border: mapping the emotional landscape of the across and in-between

Date published - 16/11/2018

Author - Garrett Carr, Senior Lecturer, Creative Writing, Queen's University Belfast

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Brexit draft withdrawal agreement – experts react

Date published - 15/11/2018

Author - Nauro Campos, Professor of Economics and Finance, Brunel University London, Maria Garcia, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Bath, Katy Hayward, Reader in Sociology, Queen's University Belfast, Phil Syrpis, Professor of EU Law, University of Bristol, Nieves Perez-Solorzano, Senior Lecturer in European Politics, University of Bristol, Adrienne Yong, Lecturer at The City Law School, City, University of London, and Michael Gordon, Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Liverpool

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Paramilitaries still cast shadows over lives of young people in Northern Ireland

Date published - 09/11/2018

Author - Nicola Carr, Associate Professor in Criminology, University of Nottingham, Siobhan McAlister, Lecturer, School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queen's University Belfast, and Clare Dwyer, Lecturer, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast

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The Irish settlement: an often ignored legacy of World War I

Date published - 07/11/2018

Author - Marie Coleman, Senior Lecturer in Modern Irish History, Queen's University Belfast

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The Irish settlement: an often ignored legacy of World War I

Events in Ireland are not adequately recognised when we talk about how the war affected the United Kingdom says Dr Marie Coleman.

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Date published - 13/11/2018

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A Selfish and Strategic Interest in a Special Arrangement?

Brexit is not only incompatible with the Good Friday Agreement, it targets a core principle of the peace process - rigorous impartiality - says Professor Colin Harvey.

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Date published - 13/11/2018

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Brexit and the backstop

Professor David Phinnemore and Dr Katy Hayward ask "What is the Backstop?"

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Date published - 07/11/2018

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