The People's Peace Process in Northern Ireland

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The People’s Peace Process
in Northern Ireland

Colin Irwin
Centre for the Study of Ethnic Conflict
School of Politics
Queen’s University Belfast

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The People's Peace Process in Northern Ireland
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Tables xiv
  • Preface xx
  • Acknowledgements xxiv
  • Glossary and Abbreviations xxvi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Public Opinion Polls and Peace Processes 9
  • 1 - Political Negotiations and Public Opinion Polls 11
  • 2 - The Calculus of Agreement 27
  • 3 - The Drafting of Consensus and the Decommissioning Story 44
  • 4 - Polling as Peace Building 76
  • Part II - The Northern Ireland Peace Polls 101
  • 5 - Peace Building and Public Policy 103
  • 6 - After the Elections 133
  • 7 - The Future of the Stormont Talks 154
  • 8 - In Search of a Settlement 166
  • 9 - A Comprehensive Settlement 197
  • 10 - Implementation of the Belfast Agreement 213
  • 11 - The Mitchell Review 232
  • 12 - The Future of the Peace Process 251
  • Conclusion 270
  • Appendix- Sample Questionnaire (with Results for Northern Ireland as a Whole) 275
  • Notes and References 307
  • Select Bibliography 317
  • Index 320
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