2 edition of Irish nationalist terrorism outside Ireland found in the catalog.
Irish nationalist terrorism outside Ireland
Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
by Canadian Security Intelligence Service = Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Other titles||Terrorisme nationaliste irlandais à l"extérieur de l"Irlande : opérations menées entre 1972 et 1993.|
|Series||Commentary (Canadian Security and Intelligence Service) = Commentaire (Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité) -- 40|
|Contributions||Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, 11 p.|
|Number of Pages||11|
Nationalist terrorism is a form of terrorism motivated by alist terrorists seek to form self-determination in some form, which may range from gaining greater autonomy to establishing a completely independent, sovereign state ().Nationalist terrorists often oppose what they consider to be occupying, imperial, or otherwise illegitimate powers. The issue for the "Catholic" factions was Irish nationalism, and for the "Protestants" it was self-preservation and an end to the violence. Only a very small minority of the citizens in Northern Ireland actually participated in the conflict, although the grief was spread among many.
In five to 10 years there’ll be a Catholic majority in Northern Ireland,” said Peter Shirlow, director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies. It will take longer for. Irish republicanism (Irish: poblachtánachas Éireannach) is the political movement for the unity and independence of republicans view British rule in any part of Ireland as inherently illegitimate.. The development of nationalist and democratic sentiment throughout Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, distilled into the contemporary ideology known as republican.
This is a book about Irish nationalism and how Irish nationalists developed their own conception of the Irish race. Bruce Nelson begins with an exploration of the discourse of race--from the nineteenth--century belief that "race is everything" to the more recent argument that there are no races. This book is a welcome addition to the literature on Irish nationalism and on the construction of group identity."—Patrick Furlong, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics "Nelson's book is a timely chronology of the quest by both foreigners and the Irish themselves to define and redefine race and identity."—Lar Joye, History Ireland.
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Nationalist terrorism is a form of terrorism motivated by alist terrorists seek to form self-determination in some form, which may range from gaining greater autonomy to establishing a completely independent, sovereign state ().Nationalist terrorists often oppose what they consider to be occupying, imperial, or otherwise illegitimate powers.
Irish nationalism is a nationalist political movement which asserts that the Irish people are a nation and espouses the creation of a sovereign Irish nation-state on the island of nationalism celebrates the culture of Ireland, especially the Irish language, literature, music, and grew more potent during the period in which all of Ireland was part of the United Kingdom.
The Irish Republican Army (IRA; Irish: Óglaigh na hÉireann), also known as the Provisional Irish Republican Army (Provisional IRA or Provos), was an Irish republican paramilitary organisation that sought to end British rule in Northern Ireland, facilitate Irish reunification and bring about an independent republic encompassing all of Ireland.
It was the most active republican paramilitary Allies: Libya, Palestine Liberation Organization, ETA, FARC. The IRA was created in as a successor to the Irish Volunteers, a militant nationalist organization founded in The IRA’s purpose was to use armed force to render British rule in Ireland ineffective and thus to assist in achieving the broader objective of an independent republic, which was pursued at the political level by Sinn Féin, the Irish nationalist party.
Outside Ireland his task was even more onerous. Not everyone understood the nature of the complex, Irish problem and he needed all his patience and his skills as a teacher to work his way around.
Irish Brigade Departs New York City, April courtesy New York Public Library Digital Collections. The period following the abortive uprising was marked by an increase in Irish nationalist fervor outside of Ireland itself.
The many emigrants who had gone to America during the Great Famine harbored intense anti-British sentiment. The Irish Republican Army (IRA), which traces its roots to Catholic Irish nationalism in the early s, was considered by many to be a terrorist organization because of certain tactics—such as bombings and assassination—it used to oppose British rule in Ireland.
The name IRA has been in use since the organization was founded in From throughthe IRA splintered into a. Dr Regan’s own valuable study of rival Irish nationalisms during –36 (a book of pages) contains only three index references to unionism, despite the significance of that political phenomenon for the evolution of Irish nationalist debate and practice during those years.(1) Moreover, the charge that my book operates within a narrowly.
Brian Keenan ( – 21 May ) was a former member of the Army Council of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) who received an year prison sentence in for conspiring to cause explosions, and played a key role in the Northern Ireland peace process.
Irish Nationalists in America The Politics of Exile, David Brundage. Covers over years of history of support for Irish nationalism in the United States. An illuminating example of "diasporic" or "long distance" nationalism. Includes the roles. Background to independence Separatism, rebellion and partition.
From Union in until 6 December the whole of Ireland was part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and r, from the s, there had been long-standing nationalist agitation for autonomy or Homemore radical voices such as the Irish Republican Brotherhood called for independence, but these were.
In her book First World Nationalism, Katherine O’Sullivan See writes that “neo-nationalism movements among Ulster’s working class Protestants and the separatist efforts of the Irish Republican Army [Ã¢â‚¬Â¦] belie any claims that increasing modernization and secularization of the state and economy will moderate ethnic cleavages.
IRISH NATIONALIST TERRORISM OUTSIDE IRELAND: Out-of-Theatre Operations OODA Analyst 11 Jan OODA Analyst. Share Tweet Post Reddit. For more on the comparisons between the Irish and Basque cases see Rogelio Alonso, “Pathways Out of Terrorism in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country: The Misrepresentation of the Irish Model,” Terrorism and Political Violence 16(4) (), pp.
– Cronin, How Terrorism Ends, p. English, Terrorism, pp. – The divide between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland had little to do with theological differences but instead was grounded in culture and politics. Neither Irish history nor the Irish language was taught in schools in Northern Ireland, it was illegal to fly the flag of the Irish republic, and from to Sinn Féin, the party of Irish republicanism, also was banned in.
Aspects of Ireland and the British Empire, ed. Jeffery, Keith (New York and Manchester, ), pp. 77 – 93; Kapur, Narinder, The Irish Raj: Illustrated Stones about Irish in India and Indians in Ireland (Antrim, Northern Ireland, ); and Mansergh, Nicholas, The Prelude to Partition: Concepts and Aims in Ireland and India (Cambridge, ).
Written in a fluid, witty and accessible style, this book explores: how the Belfast Agreement has changed the politics of Northern Ireland whether the peace process is still valid the problems caused by the language of politics in Northern Ireland the conditions necessary to secure political stability the inability of unionists and republicans.
This book makes a timely contribution to the analysis of nationalism and terrorism, and also the absence of terrorism. It proposes to analyse why Scottish, Welsh and English nationalism has never had as significant a turn to political violence as the case of Irish nationalism has.
Benedict Anderson, Irish political scientist, best known for his influential work on the origins of nationalism. Anderson’s family heritage crosses national lines.
Benedict inherited his name from his English mother and his Irish citizenship from his father, whose family had been active in Irish. The U.K.’s highest court ruled former Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams was imprisoned unlawfully in Northern Ireland during the s and overturned his two convictions for trying to escape jail.
An Irish woman accused of moving to Syria and joining the terrorist group the Islamic State is facing an additional charge of financing terrorism. Lisa Smith, a former member of the Irish.
Britain’s Supreme Court on Wednesday quashed Irish nationalist politician Gerry Adams’s convictions for trying to break out of prison in the s, handing a .Books shelved as irish-politics: The Border: The Legacy of a Century of Anglo-Irish Politics by Diarmaid Ferriter, Michael Collins: The Man Who Made Irel.