Deportation policy is a regional dilemma that won’t be solved by Australia and New Zealand trading diplomatic insults. Both nations must recognise their complicity in a system of regional dislocation and their joint responsibility to address it.
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Violence has erupted across Northern Ireland as tensions between the Protestants, Unionists, and Loyalist and the Catholics, Republicans, and Nationalists intensify. The region has struggled towards reconciliation, and only with effort from the UK government and the EU will conflict subside.