Explaining the Northern Ireland Agreement: The Sources of an Unlikely Constitutional Consensus

@inproceedings{Horowitz2002ExplainingTN,
  title={Explaining the Northern Ireland Agreement: The Sources of an Unlikely Constitutional Consensus},
  author={Donald L. Horowitz},
  year={2002}
}
Advocates of one or another set of institutions for new democracies have typically neglected the question of adoptability. The omission is especially evident in institutional prescriptions for the reduction of ethnic conflict in severely divided societies. These have been advanced with little regard for obstacles likely to be encountered in the process of adoption. Yet adoption is problematic. Processes of negotiation and exchange open the possibility of mixed outcomes reflecting the asymmetric… CONTINUE READING

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