International Affairs
3 June 2013 , Volume 69, Number 3

As G8 leaders meet for the first time in Northern Ireland, Bruce Clark visits the divided city of Derry-Londonderry to find out if culture can effect reconciliation after decades of violence


Bruce Clark

Author and editor of Erasmus, The Economist’s religion and public policy blog


A sign of past troubles: a mural in Derry close to where the Bloody Sunday killings took place in 1972. Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

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