After the Good Friday Agreement: Analysing Political Change in Northern Ireland

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Joseph Ruane, Jennifer Todd
University College Dublin Press, 1999 - Political Science - 223 pages
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This timely collection of essays examines the impact of the historic Good Friday Agreement, which all parties are still debating, and offers a theoretical understanding of the processes and forces at work in making and implementing the Agreement. The authors analyze the changes in Northern Ireland that were produced and have followed from the Agreement. The complete text of the Agreement is included.

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Ethnonationalism public opinion and the Good Friday
30
Nationalism republicanism and the Good Friday Agreement
49
4 Quiet diplomacy and personal conversation Track
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Ruane teaches at University College Cork.

Todd teaches at University College Dublin.

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