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Book Format: Choose an option. Add to Cart. Product Highlights And, crucially, who is brought to book, either legally, or just in moral terms for the deaths and atrocities that occurred. Of course, no-one will publicly disown the idea of some sort of truth and reconciliation process, but neither unionists nor republicans really want the past dredging up.

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Everyone has something to answer for. But the real blocker on a deal in establishing some sort of process is the British government itself. From the early s and the imposition of direct rule from Whitehall, successive ministers have sanctioned things that, forty years on, are rather embarrassing to be associated with.

Two decades after peace pact, reconciliation still lags in Northern Ireland

Since the peace process began, we are used to our Prime Ministers playing the part of honest broker, rather than participant in the conflict, but this is a relatively new role. Just take a recent example. State papers from released last week reveal that Margaret Thatcher suggested to her Irish counterpart, Garret Fitzgerald, that Dundalk could be bombed to stymie republicans from fleeing across the border.

Bizarre in the extreme, but of a piece with the securocrat mentality that believed a military solution was possible against the Provisional IRA. Indeed, if you think Guantanamo Bay has been an affront to legal due process, try internment without trial, introduced in Northern Ireland in with hundreds arrested and jailed without charge. Think Abu Ghraib was appalling?

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Clearly you have never heard of Castlereagh detention centre and the litany of human rights abuses carried out behind its walls by agents of the British state. The Bush administration later used that ruling as the legal basis for its own interrogation programme in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Think shoot-to-kill is rough justice when applied to Jihadist terrorist with guns? Conveniently, records of their activities have since been destroyed. A Catholic priest tending to a wounded man and a mother of eight were among those shot dead. Like Bloody Sunday when 14 civil rights marchers were killed , soldiers from the Parachute regiment were responsible.