Declassified Documents Concerning Northern Ireland from the files of Nancy Soderberg

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Declassified Documents Concerning Northern Ireland from the files of Nancy Soderberg

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This Freedom of Information Act request contains records regarding the Northern Ireland peace process from the files of Nancy Soderberg, Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Soderberg served as President Clinton's key advisor on Northern Ireland during the first term of the Administration. Included are memoranda, talking points, papers, cables, email, and notes detailing U.S. support of the peace process. Topics include Gerry Adams' Visa and fundraising requests, the June 15, 1996 Manchester Bombing, Dumcree Parade violence in July 1996, and President Clinton's meetings with Irish President Mary Robinson in May 1993 and Prime Minister Albert Reynolds in 1993 and 1994. Also included are memoranda of telephone conversation (telcons) between Gerry Adams and Soderberg and Anthony Lake.

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William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum

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Adobe Acrobat Document

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8/29/2023

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National Security Council , NSC Staff Director, and Nancy Soderberg, “Declassified Documents Concerning Northern Ireland from the files of Nancy Soderberg,” Clinton Digital Library, accessed July 17, 2024, https://clinton.presidentiallibraries.us/items/show/118858.