surrender of weapons and disbandment of the Irish
Republican Army in 2005 has been portrayed as the
culmination of a process that has finally brought
peace to the North of Ireland after decades of conflict,
both between the IRA and British Army and the Catholic
and Protestant communities of the North. The reality
is significantly more complicated.
the conflict really over? Who has won? What is the
future of the struggle for Irish self-determination
and an Ireland of social and economic equality?
was "peace" achieved"? Are the traditional
aims of the Irish Republican movement satisfied?
What are the lessons for the other movements of
national liberation around the world?
are fortunate to have Patricia Campbell, co-editor
of Fourthwrite, Vice President of the Irish
Workers' Union and long time Irish Republican activist
visit the United States from Ireland to talk about
her experiences and the current situation in Britain's
us for a discussion of these and other important
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