The British-Irish ethnic conflict in Northern Ireland : a case study in efforts to reach a settlement, 1973-1990 / Hugh Kearney & Robert F. Mulvihill
- Kearney, Hugh F., 1924-2017
- Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 
- Copyright Date:
- copyright 1994
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (14 pages).
- Additional Creators:
- Mulvihill, Robert F.
- ISD case study program ; Case 197
- Language Note:
- In English.
- This case study begins with the October 5, 1968, suppression of Northern Irish civil rights marchers by the Royal Ulster Constabulary. It covers the players involved and the events that have hampered a comprehensive settlement: the ethno-religious problem, partition, direct rule, the political balance, and terrorism. The study leaves the student with two important questions: What did the British government want to see happen in Northern Ireland? What did the Irish government want to see happen there? This case can be paired with Case Study 338, "Women's Participation in the Good Friday Agreement Negotiations: A Case Study on Northern Ireland.".
- Title from resource description page (viewed August 10, 2018).
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 13-14).
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