The Ulster question in international politics, 1968-1978
This thesis has three general concerns. They relate to the processes by which the Ulster Question became 'internationalised'; the extent to which it became an international issue; and, the extent to which it was subject to international influences. In 1968, the island of Ireland had been partitioned for some forty-seven years into two states: a twenty-six county, predominantly Catholic, Republic; and a six county, mainly Protestant, state — Northern Ireland — which was constitutionally...[Show more]
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