The book is part of a wider study of the management of contemporary
peace processes and has a strong comparative theme. It draws
heavily on interviews with key players (politicians and
policymakers) in the peace process.
Darby and Mac Ginty identify six key strands in the Northern
Ireland peace process and assess how factors in each facilitated or
obstructed political movement. Chapters are devoted to political
change, violence and security, economic factors, external
influences, popular responses, and the role of images and
|Country of origin:
||Ethnic & Intercommunity Conflict
• John Darby
||Electronic book text
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