Along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, communities have worked hard to move on from a more violent time in the island’s history, when customs posts and military checkpoints were the norm. But, as Brexit looms, is a return to the past inevitable?
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Naomi O’Leary is a journalist from Dublin. She covers stories from around Europe for publications including Politico, The Atlantic and Huffington Post, and co-hosts the podcast The Irish Passport. She is a former correspondent for Reuters in Rome and Agence France-Presse in London. Her 2016 documentary “Granite and Chalk” told the little-known story of how Irish rebels were infiltrated by spies ahead of the 1916 Easter Rising. You can find her on Twitter at @NaomiOhReally.