- Title Pages
- 1 The ‘real’ and ‘dirty’ politics of the Northern Ireland peace process: a constructivist realist critique of idealism and conservative realism
- 2 Issues, leaders, and regimes: reaching settlement in Northern Ireland
- 3 Under the gun: Northern Ireland’s unique history with DDR
- 4 Assessing the importance of ideas and agency in the Northern Ireland peace process
- 5 The role of licit and illicit transnational networks during the Troubles
- 6 Gender, International Relations theory, and Northern Ireland
- 7 ‘A serious moral question to be properly understood’:<sup>1</sup> Catholic human rights discourse in Northern Ireland in the 1980s
- 8 Northern Ireland and the EU: applying a theory of multi-level governance
- 9 Peace and the private sector: Northern Ireland’s regional experience of globalised trends
- 10 Assessing external funding supports for the Northern Ireland peace process
- 11 Cooperation theory and the Northern Ireland peace process
- 12 Responsibility, justice, and reconciliation in Northern Ireland
- Conclusion: Northern Ireland and International Relations theory
- Theories of International Relations and Northern Ireland
- Manchester University Press
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