Ireland

Brexit and the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement

Posted on 9 April 2018 by Dr Thomas Leahy

This month marks the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday (Belfast) Agreement, which ended over twenty-five years of conflict in Northern Ireland. Whilst the Good Friday Agreement remains secure, its key principles of consent and self-determination are under increasing pressure from Brexit and the Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) political deal with the UK Conservative government.
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Welsh Ports and Brexit

Posted on 19 July 2017 by Dr Andrew Potter

Dr Andrew Potter looks at the practical implications for Welsh ports of the UK’s departure from the EU and considers whether there is a winning situation for Wales, even if a soft border with Ireland is part of the final deal. Whilst much discussion around trade in the post-Brexit UK focuses on the agreements between
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