This week's Critical State, a foreign policy newsletter by Inkstick Media, takes a deep dive into what might happen should Ireland and Northern Ireland fall under one government again.
Political and economic uncertainty over Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is making people on the Irish border fear for the island’s fragile peace
The Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland emerged as kingmakers in London. We spoke to ardent loyalists in Belfast about what it means.
Not everyone in Northern Ireland roots for the national team. Plenty will support The Republic of Ireland during the 2016 European Championship.
In most of the United Kingdom, abortion has been legal since the 1960s. But in Northern Ireland it is still banned in almost all circumstances. But a new high court ruling says some of those restrictions violate human rights
When Ashers Bakery Company refused to make a "pro-gay marriage" cake, it sparked a legal battle of the kind now familiar in the United States. Now a court has ruled in favor of the customer who brought the suit, but many people are unhappy with the ruling.
Bob Rae was on a flight from Belfast to London in 1974. But there was an extra passenger on that flight — a bomb planted by the Provisional IRA.
The Giro d'Italia is one of the world's biggest races after the Tour de France. It gets underway Friday. 198 riders will cover nearly 1,990 miles over 21 stages. They'll cross the finish line in the Italian port city of Trieste. But can you name the city where the race begins?
In 1972, a West Belfast widow was abducted in front of her family, taken off and killed. The IRA admitted to the murder 27 years later, and now, newly-released interviews implicate Irish politician and Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams.
Protesters in Kiev, Ukraine took down a statue of Lenin over the weekend, but many of his statues remain around the world decades after the end of communism.
What do you do when you have too many jobs? In British Columbia, construction companies are recruiting Irish tradespeople to fill thousands of vacant positions.