SOURCE: Irish Times
‘His extraordinary impact reflects the exceptional political leader and person he was.’
SOURCE: New York Times
"In the parlance of Northern Ireland, Mr. Hume was a “nationalist” whose dream of a reunited Ireland had no place for the violence embraced by “republicans” like the I.R.A., with its armed fighters and networks of financiers, bomb-makers and sympathizers in the region and in the United States."
by Donald M. Beaudette and Laura Weinstein
It took deep reforms and patience to build trust in policing across the sectarian divide of Northern Ireland after the Good Friday Accords. Does that process have lessons for the United States?
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