The Troubles

Blair, Clinton, Ahern et al were credited with putting together the Northern Ireland peace deal, but 800 British agents also played their part

Tip-toeing around Republican crimes is obscuring modern history

A fine history of Operation Chiffon

Bill Clinton’s legacy in Northern Ireland

Are the UK Research and Innovation Councils fit for purpose?

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast transcends the identity strait jacket

Sinn Fein have nothing to offer Ireland but division

Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the British army’s thirty year deployment in Northern Ireland during The Troubles

Following in the footsteps of the author J.G. Farrell

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