The Irish Mess

Crozier, Brian
October 1981
National Review;10/16/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p1187
The article discusses the root causes of conflict in Northern Ireland. It details the history of Great Britain's occupation of Northern Ireland. It presents information on the ethnic composition of the population in Northern Ireland. It describes the strategy adopted by successive British government to deal with the conflict in Northern Ireland. It offers solution to the conflict.


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