Is Brexit going to rekindle war in Ireland?

Since 8 November 2017, the Brexit negotiations have reached a stumbling block. The bone of contention: the Irish border. A solution was found to the Irish issue in 1998. This involved, notably, free movement between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland (a region in the United Kingdom). At the time, both countries (the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland) belonged to the European Union. Those negotiating Brexit on behalf of the United Kingdom are envisaging re-establishing the (…)

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