An Irish parable, unfinished

Barone, Michael
July 2003
U.S. News & World Report;7/28/2003-8/4/2003, Vol. 135 Issue 3, p31
Comments on the impact of ousting the Saddam Hussein regime from Iraq, with a view toward conditions in Northern Ireland. Statement that the policy of the George W. Bush administration has had positive repercussions in the Middle East; Opinion that the policy of the Bill Clinton administration for converting terrorists into democrats through negotiation failed with the Palestinians, with the narcoterrorists in Colombia, and in Northern Ireland; Discussion of the strong commitment of the British and Irish governments to the Good Friday agreement; Details of the political issues between the unionists and nationalists; Outlook for paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland.


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