SHARE

The Northern Ireland peace process

From armed conflict to Brexit

By Eamonn O'Kane

The Northern Ireland peace process
Hardcover +
  • Price: £85.00
  • ISBN: 9780719090837
  • Publish Date: Jul 2021
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Buy Now

    Paperback +
  • Price: £85.00
  • ISBN: 9781526179098
  • Publish Date: Aug 2024
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Buy Now

    eBook -
  • Price: £85.00
  • ISBN: 9781526116642
  • Publish Date: Aug 2021
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Buy Now

    Book Information

    • Format: eBook
    • ISBN: 978-1-5261-1664-2
    • Published Date: August 2021
    • Series: Manchester University Press

    Description

    This book offers a re-evaluation of the emergence, development and outcome of the peace process in Northern Ireland. Drawing on interviews with many of the key participants of the peace process, newly released archival material and the existing scholarship on the conflict, it explains the decisions that shaped the peace process in their proper context.

    O'Kane argues that although the outcome of the process can be seen as a success, it is not the outcome that was originally expected or intended by most of its participants. By tracing the process and highlighting the pragmatic decisions of the parties that shaped it the work explains how Northern Ireland moved from conflict to peace. The book concludes by examining what the implications of Brexit are for Northern Ireland's hard-won peace and political stability.

    Reviews

    'The Northern Ireland Peace Process stands out for its approach and attention to details that otherwise may have been missed throughout efforts to revisit the time with a modern eye, while being of interest to those seeking to understand how Northern Ireland's apparent success can be replicated elsewhere. Through evaluating the peace process within its moment, this book will continue to be of relevance into the future - no matter what form the peace process may take in the years ahead.'
    Irish Studies Review

    Contents

    1 The origins of the peace process
    2 The emergence (and collapse) of the peace process, 1990-1997
    3 New Labour's new peace process? Negotiating the Agreement, 1997-1998
    4 Implementing the Agreement, from exaltation to exasperation, 1998-2003
    5 The reconfiguration of Northern Ireland's politics, from devolution to destruction, 2003-2017
    6 Governing the present, dealing with the past and learning the lessons for the future

    Index

    Author

    Eamonn O'Kane is a Reader in Conflict Studies at the University of Wolverhampton

    To purchase as an ebook, please visit your preferred ebook supplier

    Amazon Amazon Waterstones Blackwells Bookshop Kobo

    Newsletter Sign Up

    Manchester University Press
    Close

    Your cart is empty.

    Total
    Select your shipping destination to estimate postage costs

    (Based on standard shipping costs)

    Final cost calculated on checkout
    Checkout
    Promotional codes can be added on Checkout