By: Julien Tagnon

Abstract: The Good Friday Agreement, signed on April 10, 1998 by the United Kingdom (the “UK”) and the Republic of Ireland, had put an end to the violence of the Troubles, a political conflict in
Northern Ireland ongoing for the better part of the second-half of the 20th century. But since the UK’s Brexit decision, the border between the two countries, established under the UK Parliament’s Government of Ireland Act of 1920, is the scene of another international disagreement – Brexit.

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