In a fraught and complex situation the Catholic Church sought to mediate the conflict where it could, but drew much ire and criticism for not doing enough.
What should have been a moment of celebration has been overshadowed by political debate.
The discovery of a photograph of my grandmother perched on a bicycle holding a rifle was the first of many revelations about her life.
The outcome of Colombia’s presidential election has major implications for the survival of its historic peace deal, and the prospects of former combatants who have committed to a life without conflict
Why the Northern Ireland protocol poses real challenges to peace in the region.
The film showed how a country can win militarily, but still lose the battle for ‘hearts and minds’.
Why would a group of people decide to spend months and years living semi-naked in squalid conditions?
The spectre of the Troubles provides fertile drama for cop shows.
Is right-wing violent extremism the new fifth wave of modern terrorism? If so, there’s no doubt the impacts of COVID-19 will only help accelerate the radicalization of its adherents.
A lot of attention has been focused on Russia’s efforts to influence American politics, but Australia has also been a target – and continues to be a target – of covert foreign influence.
Why are there so few films about Northern Ireland’s unionists?
The IRA also targeted Manchester but this latest bombing is very different.
The deliberate spread of fear and violence goes back hundreds of years.
The security services have had eyes on many Labour MPs over the years.
In the aftermath of Westminster, how much reporting was constructive and how much was simply publicity for terrorists?
The former deputy first minister was once a feared IRA sniper but became a central figure in the move towards peace.
The home secretary has announced that the threat of terrorism related to Northern Ireland is now highly likely in Britain.
For 100 years, the Easter Rising has occupied center stage in the memory making of republican Ireland. But the role of Irish soldiers in World War I had been all but forgotten – until now.
Fresh allegations have highlighted the uneasy relationship between paramilitary groups and the security services during the Troubles.
The presidential candidates are largely ignoring one of the biggest economic issues facing Americans: more than half are struggling to save enough for retirement.