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This is a uniquely comprehensive account of the conflict in Northern Ireland, providing a rigorous analysis of its dynamics and present structure and proposing a new approach to its resolution. It deals with historical process, communal relations, ideology, politics, economics and culture and with the wider British, Irish and international contexts. In this second edition, the authors bring their analysis up to date to examine the experience of and prospects for the ongoing Peace Process.
Table of Contents
|2. Historical formations|
|3. The reconstruction of communal division|
|4. Ideology and conflict|
|5. The dynamics of conflict|
|6. The dynamics of conflict: economy|
|7. The dynamics of conflict: culture|
|8. The British context of the Northern Ireland conflict|
|9. The Republic of Ireland and conflict in Northern Ireland|
|10. The international context|
|11. Conflict management and conflict resolution in the current conjuncture|
|12. The Belfast Agreement.|