Ireland North-South Project

DCU RESEARCH

Brexit & Northern Ireland

‘Brexit and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’

Connolly, Eileen & Doyle, John (2021) Brexit Institute Working Paper Series, No 11/2021, based on work forthcoming in Federico Fabbrini (ed) The Law & Politics of Brexit. Vol. 3. The Framework of New EU-UK Relations, Oxford University Press.

‘Brexit And The Question Of Irish Unity’
Connolly, Eileen & Doyle, John (2020). ‘Brexit And The Question Of Irish Unity’ In Routledge Handbook Of State Recognition. Abingdon: Routledge

Brexit and the changing international and domestic perspectives of sovereignty over Northern Ireland’
Connolly Eileen. & Doyle John (2019). ‘Brexit and the changing international and domestic perspectives of sovereignty over Northern Ireland‘. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 30: 217-233 [Open Access]

‘The Effects of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’
John Doyle & Eileen Connolly (2019). ‘The Effects of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’ In Baciu, Cornelia-Adriana, Doyle, John (eds). Peace, Security and Defence Cooperation in Post-Brexit Europe. Heidelberg: Springer Nature

‘Brexit and the Irish Border’
Connolly, Eileen & John Doyle (2019). ‘Brexit and the Irish Border‘. European Journal of Legal Studies, 11: 153-186

‘Brexit and the Northern Ireland question’
Doyle John & Connolly Eileen (2017). ‘Brexit and the Northern Ireland question’ In Federico Fabbrini (ed) The Law and Politics of Brexit. Oxford: Oxford University Press [Open Access]

 

The DCU Brexit Institute operates as a hub and a magnet for the analysis of Brexit, both from an academic and a policy perspective. Through the organization of regular events, the Brexit Institute provides a leading platform to document and debate developments in the relations between the UK and the EU.

History & Context:

Cover for a book called From Partition to Brexit

Donnacha Ó Beacháin: From Partition to Brexit (2018, Manchester University Press)

“Ripe Moments for Exiting Political Violence: an Analysis of the Northern Ireland Case”
Eileen Connolly, and John Doyle. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 2018. JSTORwww.jstor.org/stable/10.3318/irisstudinteaffa.2018.0147.  [Open Access]

‘Ripe moments for exiting political violence: An analysis of the Northern Ireland case’
Connolly Eileen &John Doyle (2015). ‘Ripe moments for exiting political violence: An analysis of the Northern Ireland case‘. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 26:147-162

“‘Towards a Lasting Peace’?: the Northern Ireland multi-party agreement, referendum and Assembly elections of 1998”
John Doyle (1998). Scottish Affairs, 25: 1-20.  [Open Access]

EXTERNAL RESOURCES

ARINS is a joint project of The Royal Irish Academy, an all-island body, and the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs.  It brings together researchers, north and south in Ireland, including this project in DCU and also internationally, to provide authoritative, independent and non-partisan analysis and research on constitutional, institutional and policy options for Ireland, north and south in a post-Brexit context.

ARINS: Analysing and Researching Ireland North and South (Royal Irish Academy & Notre Dame (USA) project on research, launched in January 2021)

Working Group on Unification Referendums on the Island of Ireland, The Constitution Unit, University College London
University College London Working Group A project examining how any future referendum on the constitutional status of Northern Ireland would be best designed and conducted

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