The demise of Northern Ireland’s first power-sharing administration offers valuable insights for conflict resolution and policy worldwide.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(27 May 2011)
Examining the failure of early attempts to end Northern Ireland’s troubles, Michael Kerr draws on new research to present two contrasting approaches to British policy in Northern Ireland and the complexities of applying consociational democracy to a divided society where the external parties to the conflict lack the political power or will to implement and police it.
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