Introduction
My philosophy of peace
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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Drawing on his background in Derry and in the European Parliament, John Hume explains his philosophy of peace, paying tribute to Tip O’Neill and other American politicians who worked for peace in Ireland. He sets out how Nationalists and Unionists have to face up to the challenge of respect for difference. He argues that the principles behind the European Union and the United States are basically the same.

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