Description - Britain's Long War by Peter G. Neumann
Britain's Long War assesses the process of strategic change within the British Government's position on Northern Ireland, starting with Westminster's first intervention in 1969 and ending with the Belfast Agreement in 1998. Drawing on a vast range of primary sources including recently released cabinet papers, Peter Neumann analyzes the aims, strategy and restraints of British policy in Northern Ireland.
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Author Biography - Peter G. Neumann
PETER R. NEUMANN is a Leverhulme Research Fellow at the Department of War Studies, King's College London. Now focusing on international terrorism, he has written extensively on Northern Ireland, with many articles in distinguished journals like Political Violence & Terrorism, or Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. Previous book publications include IRA: Langer Weg zum Frieden, the only history of the IRA in German.