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Imposing power-sharing: conflict and coexistence in Northern Ireland and Lebanon

By Michael Kerr


Kerr (history, London School of Economics and Political Science) examines efforts to end sectarian violence in the two territories through power-sharing arrangements devised and enforced by third parties. He considers why the efforts failed, whether the failure was inevitable and if so why they were used again, the impact of external pressures, and whether such consociation can be successful in the absence of positive external pressures. He is an official of the Ulster Unionist Party

Topics: JZ International relations
Publisher: Irish Academic Press
Year: 2006
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Provided by: LSE Research Online
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