Cart
Free Shipping in Australia
Proud to be B-Corp

Border Ireland Cathal McCall

Border Ireland By Cathal McCall

Border Ireland by Cathal McCall


$16.99
Condition - Very Good
Only 2 left

Summary

Border Ireland: From Partition to Brexit introduces readers to the Irish border. It considers the process of bordering after the partition of Ireland, to the Good Friday Agreement and attendant debordering, to the post-Brexit landscape.

Border Ireland Summary

Border Ireland: From Partition to Brexit by Cathal McCall

When the 1998 Good Friday Agreement brought an end to decades of conflict, which was mainly focused on the existence of the Irish border, most breathed a sigh of relief. Then came Brexit. Border Ireland: From Partition to Brexit introduces readers to the Irish border. It considers the process of bordering after the partition of Ireland, to the Good Friday Agreement and attendant debordering to the post-Brexit landscape. The UK's departure from the EU meant rebordering in some form. That departure also reinvigorated the push for a 'united Ireland' and borderlessness on the Island.

As well as providing a nuanced assessment that will be of interest to followers of UK/Irish relations and European studies, this book's analysis of processes of bordering/debordering/rebordering helps inform our understanding of borders more generally. Students and scholars of European studies, border studies, politics, and international relations, as well as anyone else with a general interest in the Irish border will find this book an insightful and historically-grounded aid to contemporary events.

About Cathal McCall

Cathal McCall is Professor of European Politics and Borders at Queen's University, Belfast, UK.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1.Bordering 2. Debordering|State 3. Debordering|Communities 4. Rebordering 5. Borderlessness Conclusion

Additional information

GOR011577120
9781032047997
1032047992
Border Ireland: From Partition to Brexit by Cathal McCall
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
20210507
114
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

Customer Reviews - Border Ireland