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ISBN:
1850650519
Author:
Arthur Aughey
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd (September 30, 1989)
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192 pages
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Aughey, Under Siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement (Belfast, 1989), pp. 141–2.

Aughey, Under Siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement (Belfast, 1989), pp. P. Dixon, ‘The Usual English Doubletalk : The British Political Parties and the Ulster Unionists 1974–94’, Irish Political Studies 9 (1994), pp. 26–30. Aughey, Under Siege (Belfast, 1989), p. 5. oogle Scholar

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In this book, one of the leading authorities on contemporary Northern Ireland politics provides an original, sophisticated and innovative examination of the post-Belfast agreement political landscape.

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The AngloIrish Agreement: 25 Years On. Article. Tracing arguments in Conservatism and Unionism. Professor Cathy Gormley-Heenan. This article explores one of the paradoxes of the Belfast Agreement. On the one hand, the provisions of the Agreement are presented as a model of democratic ingenuity and political inclusion. On the other hand, the creation and maintenance of the Agreement have been judged to involve lying and deception. The article is divided into two parts  .

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1. Under Siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement. ISBN 10: 0856404284 ISBN 13: 9780856404283.

Since the signing of a far-reaching Agreement between the British and Irish governments in November 1985, Ulster Unionism has been engaged in an unprecedented internal debate over its strategies in the face of constitutional indeternminacy. This book assesses the various Unionist responses to the Agreement, such as the "Ulster says No" campaign, the roles of the Official and Democratic Unionist parties, the UDA's proposals, the use of violence and then sets them within the Ulster Unionist tradition. The author has had access to the internal documents of the Unionist parties, and interviewed many leading Ulster politicians. He reviews the prospects for the competing alternatives within Unionist politics, given that the Agreement seems destined to remain in force.