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Brexit: The Irish Impasse – Analysis

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Brexit: The Irish Impasse – AnalysisWith Brexit fiercely dividing homes and political parties, a hard border for Ireland could threaten the United Kingdom.

By Jolyon Howorth*

The British Empire systematized divide and rule. A century later, that policy threatens the United Kingdom itself. The hard Brexit pursued by Prime Minister Theresa May risks reopening...
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