The Peace Process in an Age of Uncertainty

The latest issue of The Political Quarterly includes articles from a recent symposium on ‘Northern Ireland: The Peace Process in an Age of Uncertainty’. It is freely available online until the end of April. The Political Quarterly “is dedicated to political and social reform and has long acted as a conduit between policy-makers, commentators and academics” (as they put it themselves). The articles address a range of themes including the role of media, loyalism, dissident republicanism, unionism, the peace process and include an article of my own that discusses republicanism and partition.

  • ayeYerMa

    An interesting point in your piece on the interference of southerners in the affairs of another international jurisdiction. It certainly has a ring of truth about it if this and other online forums are to go by (often it is hard to find a topic on Northern Ireland that has NOT got mostly southerners discussing it on this site despite it really being none of their business) . However, the idea that this somehow may bolster the Republican project is laughable, as the most ignorant zealotry that I notice recently tends to come from those Republicans interfering from the south, so much so that it makes my own perception of meddling southerners as more foreign and out-of-touch than ever.

  • Mark

    I’m pretty sure it’s not the ” meddling southerners ” who are more out of touch than ever !

  • FuturePhysicist

    All ages are uncertain. What’s new?