Articles by Feargal Cochrane

April 19, 2021

Brexit’s collateral damage: peace in Northern Ireland

Feargal Cochrane
Twenty-three years after the Good Friday Agreement, the political atmosphere in Northern Ireland has reached boiling point. The underlying cause of recent unrest, writes Feargal Cochrane, is Brexit and its particular ramifications for Northern Ireland
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Feargal Cochrane
Professor Emeritus, School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent

From 2012–2020, Feargal was Professor of International Conflict Anlaysis in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent, where he was also the Director of the Conflict Analysis Research Centre (CARC).

He has also held academic positions at Lancaster University, Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University.

Feargal has published widely in the area of political violence and conflict transformation in leading international journals and with prestigious academic publishing houses.

Breaking Peace: Brexit and Northern Ireland Manchester University Press, 2020

Breaking Peace: Brexit and Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland: The Fragile Peace Yale University Press, 2021

Northern Ireland: The Fragile Peace by Feargal Cochrane

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