Changing perceptions about resolving the conflict in Northern Ireland
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Changing perceptions about resolving the conflict in Northern Ireland the failure of the 1974 Sunningdale Agreementand its implications for settlement in the 1990s by Rhoda Margesson

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Published by Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


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StatementRhoda Margesson.
SeriesWorking paper series, Program on Negotiation / Harvard Law School -- 91-5
ContributionsHarvard University. Program on Negotiation., Harvard University. Law School.
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Open LibraryOL21428527M

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