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ARINS podcast episode 14: Making Sense of a United Ireland, Should it Happen, How Might it Happen?

Thursday, 1 September 2022

In this month’s episode, host Rory Montgomery and Brendan O’Leary, Lauder Professor of Political Science, at the University of Pennsylvania, discuss Brendan’s latest book Making Sense of a United Ireland, Should it...

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Reforming the Agreement: A Dublin view

Thursday, 14 July 2022

In the Republic the Good Friday Agreement is seen as a towering achievement of Irish diplomacy and statecraft. But while the public and politicians are mostly spared the direct consequences of the failure of the...

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Explaining the different results in opinion polls on Irish unity

Tuesday, 12 July 2022

Attitude surveys tend to show that public opinion in Northern Ireland, on the political future, has shifted significantly in the aftermath of the UK’s 2016 Brexit referendum, but there are significant differences...

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ARINS podcast episode 13: Irish Unity: Lessons from Germany?

Thursday, 7 July 2022

In this episode Tobias Lock and Aoife O’Donoghue discuss the lessons learned from German Unification and how we might best apply them.

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ARINS podcast episode 12: Participatory Constitutionalism and the Agenda for Change

Wednesday, 1 June 2022

In this episode, Joanne McEvoy and Fidelma Ashe explore the ways in which including and encouraging popular engagement can not only enrich constitutional discussion but critically can shape constitutional change.

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Much more than meh: The Northern Ireland Assembly Elections of 5 May 2022

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

The Northern Ireland Assembly election of May 2022 was transformational, despite very small shifts in the magnitudes of seats won by the two dominant blocs.

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ARINS podcast episode 11: A Shared Ireland? Identity, Meaning, Representation and Sport

Thursday, 5 May 2022

In this episode, Katie Liston, Joseph Maguire and Bruce Kidd explore the role of sports in crafting identities and shaping politics on the island of Ireland.

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ARINS podcast episode 10: Police governance, oversight and accountability in a united Ireland

Thursday, 7 April 2022

In this episode, Vicky Conway and Roger Mac Ginty examine how policing in a united Ireland might coordinate questions of governance, oversight and accountability.

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Police Governance, Oversight and Accountability in a United Ireland

Tuesday, 29 March 2022

In today's ARINS blog, Vicky Conway examines how policing in a united Ireland might coordinate questions of governance, oversight and accountability to explore how our police might better guard and serve. 

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Politics of language in a (Dis) United Ireland

Tuesday, 8 March 2022

In today’s ARINS blog, Brian O'Conchubhair considers the contentious political debates surrounding language in the context of a potential political realignment of the island of Ireland.

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