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Publisher:UBC Press, 2020Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Currie, Philip J.Date:Created2020Summary:
Canadians have been involved in, intrigued by, and frustrated with Irish politics, from the Fenian Raids of the 1860s to the present day. Yet scholars have largely neglected Canadian–Irish relations since the consolidation of the Irish Free State in the 1920s. In Canada and Ireland,Philip J. Currie addresses this lacuna and examines political relations between the two countries, from partition to the Good Friday Agreement of 1998. This intriguing study sheds light on Ottawa’s responses to key developments such as Ireland’s neutrality in the Second World War, its unsettled relationship with the Commonwealth, and the always contentious issue of Irish unification.Sujets: HISTORY / Canada / General | HISTORY / Europe / Ireland | POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / DiplomacyOriginal Publisher: [S.l.], UBC PressLanguage(s): English