Hypothetically, social change can happen quickly in Northern Ireland, given the population is only one and a half million. That seems painfully optimistic for a place so used to sectarian conflict.
Suppose only time will tell. A united Ireland is inevitable
Inevitable I say. Republicanism isn't violent anymore. The situation isn't about "who won". The Republic would vote for a united Ireland in a heartbeat and we all know it. When there is a nationalist majority, there will be some uniting going down. Unionists will be unhappy but it will happen. The traditions will be protected, including the beloved Orange marches, and life will go on
I'm sure it'll happen eventually, but whether its in my lifetime or not is just seeing into the future and I dont know, and to be honest its not a high priority for me at the minute.