Moving out of conflict
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter analyses the complex nature of society in Northern Ireland, with its overlap of nationalities. It argues that a failure to manage the two contrasting British and Irish cultures and traditions had sustained the conflict, and the new dispensation under the Good Friday Agreement presented the opportunity to address it. The Agreement recognised the overlap of nationalities by providing that people in Northern Ireland could regard themselves as British or Irish, or both, and that all traditions were entitled to equal respect.

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