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Intervening in Northern Ireland: Critically Re-thinking Representations of the Conflict


The articles in this special issue, drawn from a workshop hosted by the Institute of Governance, Queen's University, Belfast, explicitly engage with and challenge conventional academic analyses in



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Intervening in Northern Ireland: Critically Re-thinking Representations of the Conflict


The articles in this special issue, drawn from a workshop hosted by the Institute of Governance, Queen's University, Belfast, explicitly engage with and challenge conventional academic analyses in