Performing the Northern Ireland Peace Process on the World Stage
PAUL DIXON explores the impact of the international dimension of the Northern Ireland peace process. He uses a theatrical metaphor to show how the role of international actors has been exaggerated, but he argues that the performance of some of those actors, such as President Bill Clinton, did have an effect.
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