Lessons from the Northern Ireland peace process /

This book incorporates recent research that emphasizes the need for civil society and a grassroots approach to peacebuilding while taking into account a variety of perspectives, including neoconservatism and revolutionary analysis. The contributions, which include the reflections of those involved i...

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Other Authors / Creators:White, Timothy Jerome, editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language notes:English.
Imprint: Madison : The University of Wisconsin Press, [2013]
Series:UPCC book collections on Project MUSE.
Online Access:Click here for full text
Table of Contents:
  • Lessons from the Northern Ireland peace process: an introduction / Timothy J. White
  • "Look at Northern Ireland": lessons best learned at home / William A. Hazleton
  • Peace from the people: identity salience and the Northern Irish peace process / Landon E. Hancock
  • Ulster-Scots diaspora: articulating a politics of identification after "the peace" in Northern Ireland / Wendy Ann Wiedenhoft Murphy and Mindy Peden
  • The victory and defeat of the IRA? Neoconservative interpretations of the Northern Ireland peace process / Paul Dixon
  • The transformation of policing in postconflict societies: lessons from the Northern Ireland experience / John Doyle
  • The lessons of third-party intervention? The curious case of the United States in Northern Ireland / Mary-Alice C. Clancy
  • Peacebuilding, community development, and reconciliation in Northern Ireland: the role of the Belfast Agreement and the implications for external economic aid / Olga Skarlato, Eyob Fissuh, Sean Byrne, Peter Karari, and Kawser Ahmed
  • Extending peace to the grassroots: the need for reconciliation in Northern Ireland after the agreement / Timothy J. White, Andrew P. Owsiak, and Meghan E. Clarke
  • Sources of peace: the decline of revolutionary nationalism and the beginning of the peace processes in Northern Ireland and the Middle East / Robert S. Snyder
  • Conclusion / Timothy J. White.