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Acclaimed study of Northern Ireland from partition in 1921 to the peace process at the beginning of the 21st century, by a trio of eminent historians; now in its third, updated... Read more
This book arrives on foot of a decade of commemorations. Contemporary Ireland was founded during the fractious years of 1912-1923. This volume features essays by leading historians, journalists, civic activists and folklorists. The outstanding body of scholarship offers a complexity of new views in the debate how to commemorate a divided past.
It is widely argued that Britain has always followed a coherent imperialist strategy in Northern Ireland. Paul Bew and Henry Patterson take issue with this assumption in the first serious study of British policy towards Ulster over the past twenty years. They demonstrate, through a detailed examination of the twists and turns of successive governments, the fundamental incoherence of Britain's...
A study of a meltdown of a body politic which shows the turbulence of an alleged "belle époque" to have been the writing on the wall for a nation that had for too long thought of itself as all-powerful.
From 1994 to 2007, the author has been an avid and perceptive chronicler of the Northern Ireland peace process. He has interviewed all the leading figures involved in the Good Friday Agreement. This volume collects some of his topical essays, discussing the many crises which have afflicted the implementation of the Agreement since 1988.
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