The Long Road to Peace in Northern Ireland
Peace Lectures from the Institute of Irish Studies at Liverpool University
Edited by Marianne Elliott
Professor Marianne Elliott, the Director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies, is internationally recognised as one of Ireland's leading historians and is best known for her acclaimed biography 'Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish Independence' (Yale), which won numerous awards and for 'The Catholics of Ulster: A History' (Penguin).
Acknowledgements List of contributors List of illustrations Introduction - Marianne Elliott Achieving Transformational Change - Sir George Quigley The Resolution of Armed Conflict: Internalization and its Lessons, Particularly in Northern Ireland - Lord David Owen Some Reflections on Successful Negotiation in South Africa - Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert The Secrets of the Oslo Channels: Lessons from Norwegian Peace Facilitation in the Middle East, Central American and the Balkans - Jan Egeland The Awakening: Irish-America’s Key Role in the Irish Peace Process - Niall O’Dowd ‘Give Us Another MacBride Campaign’: An Irish-American Contribution to Peaceful Change in Northern Ireland - Kevin McNamara MP Towards Peace in Northern Ireland - Senator George Mitchell Neither Orange March nor Irish Jig: Finding Compromise in Northern Ireland - Senator Maurice Hayes Mountain-climbing Irish-Style: The Hidden Challenges of the Peace Process - Martin Mansergh The Good Friday Agreement – A Vision for a New Order in Northern Ireland - Peter Mandelson MP Hillborough to Belfast: Is It the Final Lap? - Sir David Goodall Defining Republicanism: Shifting Discourses of New Nationalism and Post-republicanism - Kevin Bean Conflict, Memory and Reconciliation - Paul Arthur Keeping Going: Beyond Good Friday - Harvey Cox Religion and Identity in Northern Ireland - Marianne Elliott Appendices Index
Elliott’s book is a formidable achievement... balanced as well as deeply researched and forcefully written.
Daily Telegraph review of Marianne Elliott’s previous book 'The Catholics of Ulster'
Size: 234 x 156 mm
Publication: November 1, 2007