The brainstorming that took place between prominent academics and security experts regarding the implication of Brexit on the Irish border at the European Parliament on 28 November has posed some difficult questions concerning the peace process in this region. Whilst the discussions offered a number of concrete policy actions, which could help to soften the negative impact of the UK’s withdrawal, they revealed differences of opinion among the Irish and UK MEPs.
Following the results of the 20...
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