Browsing Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Working Papers and Policy Papers by Author "Coakley, John"

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  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2010-03-12)
    This paper looks at the concept of consociational government (or the principle of fully-fledged power sharing) as it has evolved in recent comparative studies of the politics of divided societies. It describes the stages ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2001)
    The agreement reached between the British and Irish governments and the Northern Irish political parties in April 1998 was a complex and subtle political document that built on experience in other societies and that itself ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2004)
    Although the partition of Ireland in 1921 was only one of several in which this strategy was adopted as Britain withdrew politically from territories formerly under its rule, it was marked by a number of distinctive features. ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2005)
    The North-South bodies established in 1999 represent the third attempt since partition to establish a structured, formal basis for cooperation between the two parts of the island. This paper looks at the bodies from three ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2009)
    As is well known, several efforts have been made since 1973 to place relations between communities in Northern Ireland, between North and South, and between Ireland and Great Britain on a new institutional footing. These ...
  • Coakley, John ; O'Dowd, Liam (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2005)
    The partition of Ireland in 1921-22 had many obvious intended consequences, but also not a few unintended ones. This paper begins by reviewing potential approaches to the analysis of the border and challenging some of the ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2002)
    This paper examines the extent and nature of institutional change arising from the Good Friday agreement in terms of the North-South dimension. The paper adopts an architectural analogy in its analysis of these developments, ...
  • Coakley, John ; Ó Caoindealbháin, Brian ; Wilson, Robin (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2006)
    This paper examines the functioning of the North-South implementation bodies formally created in 1999 over the first five years of their existence. It reviews the political and administrative difficulties that delayed ...
  • Coakley, John (University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies, 2009)
    This paper uses a large volume of data—in particular, surveys—to explore the character of Protestant identity in contemporary European states. It distinguishes three contexts. First, in the Nordic and certain adjacent ...

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