Peace in Northern Ireland: A Model for Ending Wars?

Iain King
Content Type
Special Report
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
When Good Friday fell on April 10 this year, it was exactly twenty-two years to the day after Northern Ireland’s Good Friday Agreement was signed. That watershed deal of 1998 cemented peace in the Province—a peace that has lasted almost as long as the conflict it brought to an end.
Treaties and Agreements, Governance, Conflict, Peace
Political Geography
Europe, Northern Ireland