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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

World Guide (Montevideo)

On the Web: Articles

Emergency Talks Planned Over Mounting Ulster Violence. Warren Hoge, NY Times (6/16/02).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

In the Library: Articles:

Alexander, Shana. "The patriot game," New York (11/22/82).

Anderson, Scott. "Making a killing," Harper's (2/94). On UDA & IRA factions as gangsters.

Boyle, K. & T. Hadden. "The peace process in Northern Ireland," International Affairs 71,2 (1995):269-83.

Byrne, S. & C. Irvin. "Economic aid & policy making: building the peace dividend in Northern Ireland," Policy & Politics 29,4 (o10/01):413-39.

Candaele, Kelly. "Irish arms," In These Times (12/10/01):3. On decomissioning of IRA weapons.

Cox, M. "Bringing in the 'international': the IRA ceasefire & the end of the Cold War," International Affairs 73,4 (10/97):671-93.

Delanty, G. "Negotiating the peace in Northern Ireland," Journal of Peace Research 32,3 (8/95):257-64.

Farren, Sean. Paths to a Settlement in Northern Ireland (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Finlayson, A. & E. Hughes. "Advertising for peace: the State & political advertising in Northern Ireland, 1988-1998," Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 20,3 (8/00):397-412.

Fitzpatrick, David. The Two Irelands: 1912-1939 (NY: Oxford, 1998).

Flanders, Laura. "Her mother’s daughter," Nation (3/17/07):5-6. British persecution of Roisin McAliskey.

Fletcher, Bill Jr. "Interview with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams," Monthly Review 41`,1 (5/89):16-26.

Foley, M. & J. O'Farrell. "Bordering on peace: the bombing of Omagh in Northern Ireland," Index on Censorship 27,5 (9-11 98):126-29.

Gray, Breda & Louise Ryan. "The politics of Irish identity & th interconnections between feminism, nationhood & colonialism," in Pierson & Chaudhuri (eds.) Nation, Empire, Colony (Bloomington: Indiana U, 1998), pp. 121-38.

Guelke, Adrian. "The US, Irish Americans & the Northern Ireland peace process," International Affairs 72,3 (7/96):521-36.

Hamill, Pete. "To live for Ireland," Mother Jones (3-4/00):56-63.

Hazelkorn, Ellen. "Why is there no socialism in Ireland? Theoretical problems of Irish Marxism," Science & Society 53 (sum 1989):136-64.

Higgins, K. & K. McElrath. "The trouble with peace: the cease-fires & their impact on drug use among youth in Northern Ireland," Youth & Society 32,1 (9/00):29-59.

Irwin, C. "The people's peace process: Northern Ireland & the role of public opinion polls in political negotiations," Security Dialogue 30,3 (9/99):305-17.

Larkin, Emmett. "Socialism & Catholicism in Ireland," Church History 33 (1964): 462-83.

Mastors, E. "Gerry Adams & the Northern Ireland peace process: a research note," Political Psychology 21,4 (10/00):839-46.

McEvoy, S. "Communities & peace: Catholic youth in Northern Ireland" Journal of Peace Research 37,1 (1/00):85-103.

Mulholland, Marc. The Longest War: Northern Ireland’s Troubled History (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Nolan, P.C. et al. "The price of peace: the personal & financial cost of paramilitary punishments in Northern Ireland," Injury 31,1 (1/00):41-45.

O'Hearn, Denis. "Accumulation & the Irish crisis," Monthly Review 32,10 (3/81):31-44.

Page, M.V. "Arms decommissioning & the Northern Ireland peace agreement," Security Dialogue 29,4 (12/98):409-20.

Probert, Belinda; Francis Walsh & Mary Turner. "British imperialism, Irish nationalism & Ulster unionism," Monthly Review 31,9 (2/980):45-59.

Sluka, J.A. "The writings on the well: peace process images, symbols & murals in Northern Ireland," Critique of Anthropology 16,4 (12/96):381-94.

Stevenson, J. "Peace in Northern Ireland: why now?" Foreign Policy 112 (fall 98):41-54.

__________. "Irreversible peace in Northern Ireland?" Survival 42,3 (fall 00):5-26.

Turner, Mary. "Social Democrats & Northern Ireland, 1964-1970: the origins of the present struggle," Monthly Review 30,2 (6/78):30-45.

Wilson, A.J. "The Ulster Unionist Party & the US role in Northern Ireland peace process, 1994-2000," Policy Studies Journal 28,4 (2000):858-74.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books:

Adams, Gerry. Before the Dawn: An Autobiography (NY: William Morrow, 1996).

Arthur, Paul. The People's Democracy: 1968-73 (Belfast: Blackstaff, 1973).

__________. & Keith Jeffery. Northern Ireland since 1968 (NY: Blackwell, 1988).

Aughey, Arthur & Duncan Morrow (eds.) Northern Ireland Politics (NY: Longman, 1996).

Barritt, Denis & Charles Carter. The Northern Ireland Problem (London: Oxford, 1972).

Belfrage, Sally. Living With War: A Belfast Year (NY: Viking, 1987).

Bell, Geoffrey. The Protestants of Ulster (London: Pluto, 1976).

Bell, J. Bowyer. The IRA, 1968-2000: Analysis of a Secret Army (London: Frank Cass, 2000).

Bew, Paul & Gordon Gillespie. Northern Ireland: A Chronology of the Troubles, 1968-1999 (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1999).

__________; Henry Patterson & Paule Teague. Northern Ireland between War & Peace: The Political Future of Northern Ireland (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1997).

__________.; Peter Gibbon & Henry Patterson. Northern Ireland, 1921-1994: Political Forces & Social Classes (London: Serif, 1995).

Boyle, Kevi & Tom Hadden. Northern Ireland: The Choice (NY: Penguin, 1994).

Brady, Ciaran; Mary O'Dowd & Brian Walker (eds.) Ulster: An Illustrated History (London: Batsford, 1989).

Brooke, Peter. Ulster Presbyterianism: The Historical Perspective, 1610-1970 (NY: St. Martin's, 1987).

Brown, Terence. Ireland: A Social & Cultural History, 1922 to the Present (Ithaca: Cornell U, 1986).

Bruce, Steve. Northern Ireland: Reappraising Loyalist Violence (Lond: Research Institute for the Study of Conflict & Terrorism, 1992).

__________. (NY: Oxford, 1992).

Budge, Ian & Cornelius O'Leary. Belfast: Approach to Crisis: A Study of Belfast Politics, 1613-1970 (NY: St. Martin's, 1973).

Compton, Paul A. Northern Ireland: A Census Atlas (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1978).

Conroy, John. Belfast Diary: War as a Way of Life (Boston: Beacon, 1987).

Coogan, Tim Pat. The Troubles: Ireland's Ordeal, 1996-1995, & the Search for Peace (London: Hutchinson, 1995).

__________. The IRA (rev. ed. London: Harper Collins, 2000).

Coyle, Dominick J. Minorities in Revolt: Political Violence in Ireland, Italy & Cyprus (Rutherford NJ: Farleigh Dickinson, 1983).

Curtis, L. Perry. Apes & Angels: The Irishman in Victorian Caricature (Washington, 1971).

Darby, John (ed.) . Northern Ireland: The Background to the Conflict (Syracuse: Syracuse U., 1983).

__________. Northern Ireland: Managing Difference (London: Minority Rights Group, 1995).

Davis, Richard P. Mirror Hate: The Convergent Ideology of Northern Ireland Paramilitaries, 1966-1992 (Brookfield VT: Dartmouth, 1994).

de Paor, Liam. Divided Ulster (London: Pelican, 1970).

Devlin, Paddy. The Fall of the Northern Ireland Executive (Belfast: Kerryman, 1975).

__________. Straight Left: An Autobiography (Belfast: Blackstaff, 1993).

Dillon, Martin & Denis Lehane. Political Murder in Northern Ireland (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973).

Dillon, Martin. The Shankill Butchers: A Case Study of Mass Murder (London: Hutchinson, 1989).

__________. The Dirty War: Covert Strategies & Tactics Used in Political Conflicts (London: Hutchinson, 1990).

__________. Killer in Clowntown: Joe Doherty, the IRA & the Special Relationship (London: Hutchinson, 1992).

__________. Stone Cold: The True Story of Michael Stone & the Milltown Massacre (London: Hutchinson, 1992).

__________. The Enemy Within (NY: Doubleday, 1994).

__________. God & the Gun: The Church & Irish Terrorism (London: Orion, 1997).

Dixon, Paul. Northern Ireland: The Politics of War & Peace (NY: Palgrave, 2001).

Elliot, R.S.P. & John Hickie. Ulster: A Case Study in Conflict Theory (London: Longman, 1971).

Farrell, Michael. Northern Ireland the Orange State (2nd ed..; London: Pluto, 1980).

Fay, Marie-Therese; Mike Morrissey & Marie Smyth. Northern Ireland's Troubles: The Human Costs (London: Pluto, 1999).

FitzGerald, Garrett. Towards a New Ireland (London: Knight, 1972).

Fraser, Morris. Children in Conflict (London: Secker & Warburg, 1973).

Gaffikin, Frank & Michael Morrissey. Northern Ireland: the Thatcher Years (London: Zed, 1990).

Geldard, Ian & Keith Craig. IRA, INLA: Foreign Support & International Connections (London: Institute for Study of Terrorism, 1988).

Geraghty, Tony. The Irish War: The Hidden Conflict Between the IRA & British Intelligence (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2000).

Goldring, Maurice. Belfast: From Loyalty to Rebellion (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1991).

Gray, Tony. The Orange Order (London: Bodley Head, 1972).

__________. Psalms & Slaughter: A Study in Bigotry (London: Heinemann, 1972).

Guelke, Adrian. Northern Ireland: the International Perspective (NY: St. Martin's, 1989).

Hadfield, Brigid (ed.) Northern Ireland: Politics & the Constitution (Philadelphia: Open University, 1992).

Harnden, T. Bandit Country: The IRA & South Armagh (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1999).

Harbinson, John F. The Ulster Unionist Party, 1882-1973: Its Development & Organization (Belfast: Blackstaff, 1973).

Harris, Rosemary. Prejudice & Tolerance in Ulster (Manchester: Manchester U., 1972).

Hayden, Tom. Irish on the Inside: In Search of the Soul of Irish America (London: Verso, 2001).

Hennessy, Thomas. The Northern Ireland Peace Process: Ending the Troubles? (NY: Palgrave, 2001).

Heskin, Ken. Northern Ireland: A Psychological Analysis (NY: Columbia U., 1980).

Holland, Jack. The American Connection: US Guns, Money & Influence in Northern Ireland (Dublin: Roberts Reinhart, 1999).

Hutchinson, John. The Dynamics of Cultural Nationalism. The Gaelic Revival & the Creation of the Irish Nation State (Winchester, 1987).

Institute for the Study of Conflict. Ulster, Politics & Terrorism (London, 1973).

Irvine, Maurice. Northern Ireland: Faith & Faction (NY: Routledge, 1991).

Janke, Peter. Ulster: A Decade of Violence (London: Institute for the Study of Conflict, 1979).

Jenkins, Richard (ed.) Northern Ireland: Studies in Social & Economic Life (Brookfield VT: Gower, 1989).

Johnstone, Robert. Belfast: Portraits of a City (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1990).

Joy, Henry & William Bruce. Belfast Politics (Belfast: Athol, 1974).

Kelley, Kevin. The Longest War: Northern Ireland & the IRA (rev. ed.; Westport CT, Lawrence Hill, 1988).

Keogh, Dermot & Michael H. Haltzel (eds.) Northern Ireland & the Politics of Reconciliation (NY: Cambridge U., 1993).

Killen, John. The Unkindest Cut: A Cartoon History of Ulster, 1900-2000 (Belfast: Blackstaff, 2000).

Lebow, Richard N. White Britain & Black Ireland: The Influence of Stereotypes on Colonial Policy (Philadelphia, 1976).

Loughlin, James. Ulster Unionism & British National Identity since 1885 (NY: St. Martin's, 1995).

__________. The Ulster Question since 1945 (NY: St. Martin's, 1998).

MacEoin, Gary. Northern Ireland: Captive of History (NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1974).

Marrinan, Patrick. Paisley: Man of Wrath (Tralee: Anvil, 1973).

McAllister, Ian. The Northern Ireland Social Democratic & Labour Party: Political Opposition in a Divided Society (London: Macmillan, 1977).

McCreary, Alf. Corrymeela: The Search for Peace (Belfast: Christian Journals, 1975).

__________. This Northern Land (Antrim: Greystone, 1989).

McFerran, Douglass. IRA Man: Talking with the Rebels (Westport CT: Praeger, 1997).

McGarry, John (ed.) Northern Ireland & the Divided World: The Northern Ireland Conflict & the Good Friday Agreement in Comparative Perspective (NY: Oxford, 2001).

McKay, Susan. Northern Protestants: An Unsettled People (Belfast: Blackstaff, 2000).

McKittrick, David; Seamus Kelters, Brian Feeney & Chris Thornton. Lost Lives: The Stories of Men, Women & Children Who Died as a Result of the Northern Ireland Troubles (London: Mainstream, 1999).

McMichael, Gary. An Ulster Voice: In Search of Common Ground in Northern Ireland (Boulder: Roberts Rinehart, 1999).

Morrissey, Mike & Marie Smyth. Northern Ireland after the Good Friday Agreement: Victims, Grievance & Blame (London: Pluto, 2002).

Mulholland, Marc. Northern Ireland at the Crossroads: Ulster Unionism in the O'Neill Years, 1960-69 (NY: St. Martin's, 2000).

__________. The Longest War: Northern Ireland's Troubled History (NY: Oxford, 2002)

Munck, Ronnie & Bill Rolston. Belfast in the Thirties: An Oral History (NY: St. Martin's, 1987).

Murphy, Dervla. A Place Apart (London: Murray, 1978).

Nelson, Sarah. Ulster's Uncertain Defenders: Protestant Political, Paramilitary & Community Groups & the Northern Ireland Conflict (Syracuse NY: Syracuse U., 1984).

O'Brien, Conor Cruise (ed.) The Shaping of Modern Ireland (London: Routledge, 1960).

O Dochartaign, Fionnbarra. Ulster's White Negroes (San Francisco: AK Press, 1994).

O'Doherty, Eamonn. The I.R.A. at War: 1916 to the Present, an Illustrated History (Cork: Mercier, 1985).

O'Doherty, Malachi. The Trouble with Guns: Republican Strategy & the Provisional IRA (Belfast: Blackstaff, 1998).

O'Dowd, Lia; Bill Rolston & Mike Tomlinson. Northern Ireland: Between Civil Rights & Civil War (London: CSE, 1980).

O'Malley, Padraig. Biting at the Grave: The Irish Hunger Strikes & the Politics of Despair (Boston: Beacon, 1991).

O Muilleoir, Mairtin. Belfast's Dome of Delight: City Hall Politics, 1981-2000 (Belfast: Beyond the Pale, 1999).

O'Neill, Terence. Ulster at the Crossroads (London: Faber, 1969).

Parkinson, Alan F. Ulster Loyalism & the British Media (Portland OR: Four Courts, 1998).

Patterson, H. The Politics of Illusion: A Poltical History of the IRA (?, 1997).

Peace Pledge Union. Northern Ireland: Nonviolent Perspectives (London, 1992).

Rees, Merlyn. Northern Ireland: A Personal Perspective (London: Methuan, 1985).

Research Institute for the Study of Violence & Terrorism. Northern Ireland: Reappraising Republican Violence (London, 1991).

Roche, Patrick J. & Brian Barton (eds.) The Northern Ireland Question: Myth & Reality (Brookfield VT: Avebury, 1991).

__________. The Northern Ireland Question: Perspectives & Policies (Brookfield VT: Avebury, 1994).

__________ The Northern Ireland Question: Nationalism, Unionism & Partition (Brookfield VT: Ashgate, 1999).

Rolston, Bill (ed.) Ireland: New Beginnings? (London: Race & Class, 19??).

Rowan, Brian. Behind the Lines: the Story of the IRA & Loyalist Ceasefires (Belfast: Blackstaff, 1995).

Rowethorn, Bo & Naomi Wayne. Northern Ireland: The Political Economy of Conflict (Cambridge: Polity, 1988).

Rucker, Patrick Michael. This Troubled Land: Voices from Northern Ireland on the Front Lines of Peace (NY: Ballantine, 2002).

Ryan, Mark. War & Peace in Ireland: Britain & the IRA in the New World Order (London: Pluto, 1994).

Seaton, Craig E. Northern Ireland: The Context for Conflict & Reconciliation (Lanham MD: University Press of America, 1998).

Sharrock, Davis & Mark Davenport. Man of War, Man of Peace: The Unauthorized Biography of Gerry Adams (NY: Macmillan Pan, 1997).

Sheehan, Maura & Mike Tomlinson. The Unequal Unemployed: Discrimination, Unemployment & State Policy in Northern Ireland (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999).

Sluka, Jeffrey A. Hearts & Minds, Water & Fish: Support for the IRA & INLA in a Northern Irish Ghetto (Greenwich CT: JAI, 1989).

Stevenson, Jonathan. "We Wrecked the Place": Contemplating an End to the Northern Irish Troubles (Glencoe IL, 1996).

Strain, Robert W.M. Belfast & its Charitable Society: A Story of Urban Social Development (NY: Oxford, 1961).

Tóibin, Colm. Bad Blood: A Walk Along the Irish Border (London: Vintage, 1994).

Tonge, Jonathan. Northern Ireland: Conflict & Change (2nd ed.; Harlow: Longman, 2002).

Urban, Mark. Big Boys Rules: The Secret Struggle Against the IRA (Boston: Faber & Faber, 1992).

Van Tangen Page, Michael. Prisons, Peace, & Terrorism: Penal Policy in the Reduction of Political Violence in Northern Ireland, Italy & the Spanish Basque Country, 1968-97 (NY: St. Martin's, 1998).

Waldmann, Peter. Ethnischer Radikalismus: Ursachen und Folgen Gewaltsamer Minderheiten-
konflikte am Beispiel des Baskenlandes, Nordirland und Quebecs
(Opladen : Westdeutscher Verlag, 1989).

Ward, Alan J. (ed.) Northern Ireland: Living with the Crisis (NY: Praeger, 1987).

White, Robert. Provisional Irish Republicans: An Oral & Interpretive History (Westport CT: Greenwood, 1993).

Wichert, Sabine. Northern Ireland since 1945 (NY: Longman, 1999).

Wilson, Thomas. Ulster: Conflict & Consent (2nd ed.; NY: Blackwell, 1989).

In the Library: Fiction

Deane, Seamus. Reading in the Dark: A Novel (London: Jonathan Cape, 1996).

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Photography

Blair, Robert & Bill Kirk, text by Ian Hill. Northern Ireland (Dover NH: Blackstaff, 1986).

CD & Audio:

Film & Video:

"Bloody Sunday" [2002], dir. Paul Greenglass, 107m. In video stores. Brilliant reconstruction of 1/30/72 massacre by British troops of peaceful civil rights demonstraters in Derry, which recruited young men to IRA & fanned flames of civil war.

"The Crying Game" [1992], dir. Neil Jordan, 112m. In video stores.

"Hidden Agenda" [1990], dir. Ken Loach, 106m. In video stores. Belfast police detective & victim's girlfriend look for assassin of an American human rights activist.

"In the Name of the Father" [1994], dir. Jim Sheridan, ?m.

"My Brother's War" [1998], dir. James Brolin, ?m.

"Nothing Personal" [1995], dir. Thadeus O'Sulivan, ?m. Explores motivations of fighters in ethnic conflict, & how a loose cannon from either side can jeopardize peace process.

"Pack Up the Troubles" [??], Channel IV TV, London, 60m. From Celtic Video. Argues for British withdrawal.

"Some Mother's Son" [1996], dir. Terry George, 112m.

"A War of Children" [1972], dir. George Schaeffer, 73m.

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