Global change, civil society and the Northern Ireland peace process: implementing the political settlement

TitleGlobal change, civil society and the Northern Ireland peace process: implementing the political settlement
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsHorne, Gerald
Number of Pages241
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
CityBasingstoke, G.B.
Abstract

Northern Ireland's Belfast Agreement has faced continual crises of implementation over a variety of security related issues. This title places the implementation of the Belfast Agreement in a wide context to provide an analysis of why implementation has been so difficult. [WorldCat.]

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'We're not quite as interesting as we used to be': conflicting interpretations of the international dimension among Northern Irish political elites, by Christopher Farrington.
The US war on terrorism and its impact on the politics of accommodation in Northern Ireland, by David E. Schmitt.
The Lure of the miracle? The South African connection and the Northern Ireland peace process, by Andrian Guelke.
From the European Union in Northern Ireland to Northern Ireland in the European Union, Elizabeth Meehan.
Models of civil society and their implications for the Northern Ireland Peace process, by Christopher Farrington.
Women, civil society and peace-building in Northern Ireland: paths to peace through women's empowerment, by Michael Potter.
A framework for understanding religion in Northern Irish civil society, by Gladys Ganiel.
The Belfast agreement and the limits of consociationalism, by Rupert Taylor.
From violence to intolerance: ethno-nationalism and the crowding out of civic life, by Robin Wilson.
Power-sharing and civic leadership in Lebanon and Northern Ireland, by David Russell.

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