Renovation or revolution ? : new territorial politics in Ireland and United Kingdom (Book, 2005) [WorldCat.org]
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Renovation or revolution ? : new territorial politics in Ireland and United Kingdom

Author: John Coakley; Brigid Laffan; Jennifer Todd
Publisher: Dublin : University College Dublin Press in association with the Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College, Dublin, 2005.
Series: Perspectives in British-Irish studies (Dublin)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Offers an introduction to the field of British/Irish studies, beyond devolution studies in the United Kingdom, and beyond Northern Ireland conflict studies. This work examines the redistributions of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Coakley; Brigid Laffan; Jennifer Todd
ISBN: 1904558046 9781904558040
OCLC Number: 493507017
Description: 1 vol. (xv, 266 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword by the Rt Hon. Tony Blair; Introduction, 1 A new territorial politics in the British Isles, Jennifer Todd; Section One, Devolution in the United Kingdom: 2 Devolution in the United Kingdom: asymmetry in territorial politics, Arthur Aughey; 3 Devolution in Scotland: parliament and society, David McCrone; 4 Devolution in Wales: assembly and nation building, John Osmond; 5 Devolution in England: possibilities and prospects, Simon Partridge; Section Two, Northern Ireland: The Good Friday Agreement: 6 Northern Ireland: the changing structure of conflict, Jennifer Todd 7 The North/South relationship: implementing the Agreement, John Coakley; 8 The British-Irish relationship: from antagonism to alliance, Ronan Fanning; Section Three: The international context 9 The European context: changing forms of territorial politics in the United Kingdom, Elizabeth Meehan; 10 The European context: a new political dimension in Ireland, North and South, Brigid Laffan; 11 The global context: the international system and the Northern Ireland peace process, Adrian Guelke; Conclusion, 12 Institutions and modes of territorial management: the challenge of British-Irish studies, John Coakley, Brigid Laffan and Jennifer Todd. Appendix 1: British and Irish elections, 1997-2003 Appendix 2: British/Irish chronology, 1997-2003; Notes; References; Index.
Series Title: Perspectives in British-Irish studies (Dublin)
Responsibility: edited by John Coakley, Brigid Laffan and Jennifer Todd.

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