what do you consider to be the most enduring challenge to reconciliation in the northern ireland conflict what would you think a better approach might be

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Quiz1.

What do you consider to be the most enduring challenge to reconciliation in the Northern Ireland conflict? What would you think a better approach might be? Is this challenge common to all reconciliation processes or just Northern Ireland?

Be sure to include a current event link to illustrate your answer.

News sources on the internet may be found in our Library (see the link on the left-side toolbar). Do an “advanced search” to set date parameters to the past six months.

Remember to read your texts, watch the videos, and read any other materials in Week Seven Lessons. Include those ideas in your discussions. Your initial post should be at least 350 words. Follow the Turabian Quick Guide style for author/date.

Week 7: Historical Case Studies in Reconciliation

Reading & Resources

Aiken, Nevin T. 2015. “The Bloody Sunday Inquiry: transitional justice and post-conflict reconciliation in Northern Ireland.”

Hamber, Brandon. 2003. “Rights and reasons: challenges for truth recovery in South Africa and Northern Ireland.”

Simpson, Kirk. 2009. Truth Recovery in Northern Ireland: Critically Interpreting the Past – Chapters 1 and 2 only

Click here for the readings listed by title: https://apus.libguides.com/er.php?course_id=6428

Additional Resources

The United Nations Toolkit for Truth and Reconciliation

Quiz2.

The purpose of theory is to offer an understanding of a complex world and the various interactions that take place within this environment. It is theory that allows us to think systematically. Fitting events into theory and using theory to explain and predict events are what separate the study of political science from a study of current events.

Select at least two of the articles assigned this week, and compare and contrast how each one applies theory. Use examples from the reading to discuss the type(s) of international events the theory is most and least useful for explaining.

Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 350 words.

WEEK 2: Theoretical Approaches and Application

Reading & Resources

Reading & Resources

All readings are available by title at https://apus.libguides.com/er.php?course_id=6099.

Goldstone, Jack A. 2011. “Understanding the Revolutions of 2011.” Foreign Affairs 90(3): 8-16.

Ajami, Fouad. “The Arab Spring at One: A Year of Living Dangerously.” Foreign Affairs 91(2): 1-5.

Tang, Shiping. 2009. “The Security Dilemma: A Conceptual Analysis.” Security Studies 18(1): 587-623.

Park, Johann, and Michael Colaresi. 2014. “Safe Across the Border: The Continued Significance of the Democratic Peace When Controlling for Stable Borders.” International Studies Quarterly 58(1): 118-125.

Rose, Gideon. 2012. “Making Modernity Work.” Foreign Affairs 91(1): 3-6.

Fukuyama, Francis. 2012. “The Future of History.” Foreign Affairs 91(1): 53-61.

Winn, Neil. 2003. “Introduction: New Forms of Political Organisation Community, Sovereignty and Identity: Civil Wars, the New Diplomacy and International Relations.” Civil Wars 6(2): 1-7.

Winn, Neil. 2003. “Conclusion: Neo-Medievalism, Civil Wars and the New Diplomacy.” Civil Wars 6(2): 138-142.

Additional Resources

Listen to two University of Oxford Politics and International Relations podcasts on constructivism, which you can access via the links below.

1. Constructivism and the Study of Global IR (Amitav Acharya)

2. Constructivism and the Turn to Practice (Iver Neumann)

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, “Addressing the US-China Security Dilemma.”

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