After Brexit, more and more people think the time is ripe to talk about Irish reunification, which would be confirmed by referendums in the north and south. Opinion polls show that two-thirds of voters in Ireland favour reunification, while in Northern Ireland, so far, just under one-third are in favour. What future for the Irish after Brexit? Can the two countries (parts of them) really reunite? These questions will be answered at a joint event of the Center for Constitutional Politics.

Invited speaker: Bill Kissane (London School of Economics)