Máire Braniff is a researcher at INCORE at the University of Ulster where she also lectures in politics. Her areas of expertise include conflict resolution, peace mediation and peace agreements in the following areas: Balkans, Northern Ireland, South Caucasus, Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of Congo and Great Lakes. Her book “Integrating the Balkans: from conflict to integration” was published by IB Tauris in 2011.
Published in: openSecurityViolence, space and memory in the new Northern Ireland
Violence in Belfast in September and December 2012 bears witness to the collision of the 'old' and the 'new'. As...
Published in: openSecurityDepoliticising victims in Northern Ireland
The recent riots in Belfast seemed to hark back to the ethno-religious conflict many presumed over: Northern Ireland...
Published in: HomeDealing with the past in post-conflict societies
Unless the past is articulated in such a way in which the connection of events and experiences are integrated in a...