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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 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 ...
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 ...