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Title: Book review : From partition to Brexit : The Irish government and Northern Ireland
Authors: Kenneally, Ian
Keywords: Books -- Reviews
European Union -- Great Britain
European Union -- Ireland
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Malta. Islands and Small States Institute
Citation: Kenneally, I. (2019). Book review : From partition to Brexit: The Irish government and Northern Ireland, by D. Ó Beacháin (Eds.). Small States & Territories, 2(2), 202-203.
Abstract: As Donnacha Ó Beacháin states in the preface to his new book, this is the first study to offer a comprehensive treatment of Irish government policy towards Northern Ireland. Despite the vast literature devoted to Northern Ireland and the conflict therein, Dublin’s policy towards its neighbour has previously been covered in a piecemeal fashion, with books on particular aspects, such as the northern policies of Fianna Fáil. Another factor common to earlier studies is that they have tended either to conclude or to begin in 1969 – the year that witnessed the outbreak of Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles’.
Appears in Collections:SST Vol. 2, No. 2, November 2019
SST Vol. 2, No. 2, November 2019

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