Brian Feeney: The Good Friday Agreement is in bad shape on its 21st birthday

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, pictured right, with US Senator George Mitchell, pictured centre, and Taoiseach Bertie Ahern smiling after they signed the historic agreement for peace in Northern Ireland on April 10 - Good Friday - in 1998. Pool photo by Dan Chung
TODAY is exactly 21 years since the Good Friday Agreement was signed. Well, it wasn't actually signed; it was agreed. However, the simultaneous new British-Irish Agreement superseding the 1985 [...]

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