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Brokering the Good Friday Agreement: The Untold Story

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ISBN: 9781911479093
AuthorDaly, Mary E.
Pub Date16/09/2019
BindingPaperback
Pages340
CountryIRL
Dewey941.60824
Quick overview Some of the Irish public servants and political advisers who worked on the Northern Ireland peace process from the late 1960s until the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 discuss their roles and involvement in the process.
€20.00

Irish civil servants and political advisers reveal their role in the Northern Ireland peace process. Their testimonies evoke a strong sense of the highly sensitive political environment in which they worked. They reflect on the impact of an ever-changing political landscape on prospects for advancing the peace process, and on the evolution of policy and thinking about Northern Ireland from the outbreak of violence in 1968 to the conclusion of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. These personal accounts offer insight into how the Irish tried to shape the course of the negotiation of a hard-won agreement.

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Irish civil servants and political advisers reveal their role in the Northern Ireland peace process. Their testimonies evoke a strong sense of the highly sensitive political environment in which they worked. They reflect on the impact of an ever-changing political landscape on prospects for advancing the peace process, and on the evolution of policy and thinking about Northern Ireland from the outbreak of violence in 1968 to the conclusion of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. These personal accounts offer insight into how the Irish tried to shape the course of the negotiation of a hard-won agreement.

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