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Managing the Unmanageable

Historian Margaret MacMillan assesses international attempts to control and justify conflict.

Historian Margaret MacMillan assesses how the law and international agreements have attempted to address conflict. Speaking to an audience at the Northern Irish Parliament Buildings at Stormont in Belfast, Professor MacMillan outlines how both states and the people have sought to justify warfare - from self-defence to civil war - focusing on examples from Irish and British history. The programme, including a question and answer session, is presented by Anita Anand.

Producer: Jim Frank
Editor: Hugh Levinson.

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  • Tue 17 Jul 2018 09:00
  • Sat 21 Jul 2018 22:15

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