Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

November 29, 2013



The Troubles were a bleak time for British-Irish relations. Political violence over Irish and North Irish independence exploded in the 1970s, and the Irish Republican Army committed myriad acts of terror and violence. Now, the British Army has confirmed that it too played the same game, admitting to the existence of a secret unit that shot IRA members on sight, armed or not.

The first step toward an apology is admitting guilt. For more on apologies and social mood, read here.


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