Journalist Siobhán Fenton examines power-sharing and the peace process in Northern Ireland on the twentieth anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and asks what it has achieved. She concludes that, although it has brought an end to violent blood shed on Northern Ireland's streets, the agreement has significantly failed to create a healthy and functioning politics.
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About the Author
Siobhán Fenton lives in Belfast, where she reports on British and Northern Irish politics for the UK media. She writes for The Independent, The Guardian, The New Statesman and The Spectator and has guest presented for BBC Radio 4 on Northern Irish politics.