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The Role of Government
Together in the middle: Back-Channel Negotiation in the Irish Peace Process
This article examines the development of cooperative relationships in back-channel communication and their impact on intraparty negotiation. It draws on extensive newly available evidence on back-channel communication in ...
The longest negotiation: British policy, IRA strategy and the making of the Northern Ireland peace settlement
(SAGE Publications, 2013-11-24)
This article offers a new analysis of the Northern Ireland peace settlement through an examination of the pivotal relationship between two key actors: the British state and the Provisional Republican movement that included ...
The role of an intermediary in back-channel negotiation: Evidence from the Brendan Duddy Papers
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-12)
This article draws on the newly available private papers of Brendan Duddy, the key intermediary in contacts between the British government and the IRA between the early 1970s and the early 1990s when the IRA moved towards ...
Conflict, territory and new technologies: Online interaction at a Belfast interface
This article examines the relationship between new information and communication technologies and territorial boundaries through an analysis of online interaction oriented around a sectarian interface in north Belfast. It ...
Territoriality and Order in the North of Ireland
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-08)
This article draws on the recent academic literature on territoriality and power to analyse territorial strategies for the maintenance of public order in the north of Ireland. It argues that these strategies were shaped ...
Bloody Sunday: Error or Design?
When British Paratroopers shot dead 13 people at a civil rights march in Derry on January 30, 1972 it dealt a hammer blow to British government claims of neutrality and moral authority in dealing with the escalating violence ...
Northern Ireland. In The Encyclopedia of Political Science
(CQ Press, 2010)
The British Army in Northern Ireland. Encyclopedia of Ireland
(Gill and Macmillan, 2003)