This collection of essays in Lessons from the Northern Ireland Peace Process fills a void by articulating the lessons learned and how—or whether—the peace processes can be applied to other regional conflicts.
FOR ANYONE WHO HAS EVER THOUGHT, “DAMN! THEY’RE ALL GOING TO GET AWAY WITH IT!”
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The most spectacular bust of the global financial crisis was not the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers or the near-collapse of AIG but the demise of the entire economy of Ireland. Ship of Fools, a gripping financial morality tale, is both an illuminating analysis of the habits of the last decade and a warning for all time.
With his customary verve and sparkling wit, Malachy McCourt has marshaled all his forces to eliminate “that hemorrhoid in the White House, George “Wanker” Bush.”
An institution at the "Chicago Sun-Times", his home paper for more than twenty-five years, Pulitzer Prize - winning editorial cartoonist Jack Higgins gathers for the first time in "My Kind of 'Toon, Chicago Is" approximately 250 editorial and political cartoons.
by Dave Hannigan
In June 1919 Eamon de Valera stowed away on a liner bound for New York and walked into the Waldorf-Astoria using the title ‘President of Ireland’. He spent eighteen months billeted in the most expensive hotel in the world. From this luxurious base, de Valera criss-crossed America by plane, boat and train throughout 1919 and 1920, publicising his nation’s plight and raising more than $5 million for the cause of Irish independence.