Transforming the border twilight zone

The Irish and British governments have launched an important study designed to stimulate the creation of an ‘all-island economy’.

28th October, 2006

The Irish and British governments have launched an important study designed to stimulate the creation of an ‘all-island economy’.

A variety of collaborative initiatives between the Republic and the North are proposed. The study is important in its own right, but it is also a significant marker: it signals the end of the years of difficult political interaction since the Good Friday Agreement in 1998 and the strong wish of both communities to...

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