April 2, 2014

Don't Take North Ireland Peace for Granted

Greg Sheridan, The Australian

The Associated Press

Politics, like life, is full of anomalies, of formulas that should work but don't, and of situations that should never work but do. Northern Ireland could continue as it is, with all its demographic and political trends unfolding, uncomfortably but peacefully, for many years. On the other hand, it could easily get very ugly again.

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