Twenty-five years after the Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland lives in an imperfect peace. There has been a dramatic reduction in violence since the worst of the “Troubles”, during which more than 3,600 were killed, but Northern Ireland continues to struggle with political stalemates, economic despair and paramilitary threats.
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Can the Good Friday Agreement continue to keep the peace?
In this episode:
- Leona O’Neill (@LeonaONeill1), head of undergraduate Journalism at Ulster University
- Joshua Murray, journalist
- Zachary Hutchinson, programme manager at the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building
This episode was produced by Amy Walters with Miranda Lin and our host, Malika Bilal. Khaled Soltan fact-checked this episode.
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