The Northern Ireland Question: The Peace Process and the Belfast Agreement
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan | ISBN: 0230203809 | edition 2009 | PDF | 288 pages | 1,8 mb
The book examines how the Belfast Agreement came about and its effect on unionism, nationalism, the paramilitaries, electoral support for local parties and the constitutional position of Northern Ireland. It also considers the extent to which the Agreement may be regarded as an exercise in political cynicism or the basis for lasting peace.
The Troubles in Northern Ireland were brought to an end by a peace process now regarded as a template for conflict resolution. This book examines how the Belfast Agreement came about, what role Southern Ireland and the US had in it, its impact on unionism, nationalism, the paramilitaries, the balance of electoral support for local parties, and Northern Ireland's constitutional position. It also discusses what moral issues were raised by the Agreement, and whether it has laid the basis for lasting peace. This book provides a comprehensive assessment of the origins and political repercussions of the Northern Ireland peace process and the Belfast Agreement and considers the extent to which the Agreement may be considered an exercise in political cynicism or the basis of lasting peace in Ireland.
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