Northern Ireland is no country for old idealists but it is certainly a best practice case of consociational democracy and conflict regulation.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(27 Jan 2012)
This weekend marks the commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of Bloody
Sunday, which saw 26 people shot by the British army while on a civil rights
march in Derry. Michael Kerr finds that the Northern Ireland of today is
governed with a remarkable degree of consensus and represents a best
practice case of ethnic conflict regulation.
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