Conflict in Ireland Part 3: Analysis and Lessons Learned

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The number one reason behind the conflict and violence in Ireland was England’s inability to reconcile the desires and strength of the Irish people, with their own preconceived notions and political ambitions.  Ireland has been a source of conflict for as long as people have lived there, and for as…

Conflict in Ireland Part 2: The IRA

Ireland soon found itself in a civil war, fighting for independence from England.  This civil war lasted in two main phases from 1912 to 1923.  The first phase, the Irish War of Independence, lasted from 1919 to 1921 and the second phase, the Irish Civil War, lasted from 1922-1923.4 Ultimately…

Conflict in Ireland Part 1: History of Ireland

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Tensions and violence in Ireland have existed for as long as it’s been populated.  Ireland has been inhabited since 6,000 BC and has been the home of the Celts since 500 BC.  In 300 AD, Ireland was introduced to Christianity and soon after the Catholic Church sent missionaries to organize…

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Recent Trends in Radicalization

The attack in France this past week at the hands of the terrorist Mohammed Merah is reawakening  Europe to the realities of radicalization. This event should not be viewed as the beginning of a complex new terror campaign domestically but should be seen as an infrequent reality of war with…