Forums and North–South relations
An interview with Wally Kirwan
in Inside Accounts, Volume II
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This chapter examines how the Forum for Peace and Reconciliation informed approaches to negotiation and looks at how the tensions of North-South relations were played out through Strand Two of the negotiations.


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