1. The Limits of Liberalism: The case of Queen's academics and the 'Troubles' by Rupert Taylor
  2. The Belfast agreement and Politics of Consociationalism: A Critique by Rupert Taylor
  3. South Africa: Anti-Apartheid NGOs in Transition by Adam Habib and Rupert Taylor
  4. South Africa: A Consociational Path to Peace by Rupert Taylor
  5. Social Scientific Research on the "Troubles" in Northern Ireland: The Problem of Objectivity by Rupert Taylor
  6. Raymond Tucker: Attorney interview with Rupert Taylor 26 January 2000, 32 St John Road, Houghton, Johannesburg
  7. Professor H. W. van der Merwe: former Director of the Centre for Intergroup Studies interview with Rupert Taylor, 23 November 1999, 6 Cambridge Road, Observatory, Cape Town
  8. Neville Alexander interviewed by Rupert Taylor and Adam Habib,25 April 1998, Cape Town
  9. Justice Arthur Chaskalson: President of Constitutional Court interviewed by Rupert Taylor, 2 February 2000, The Braamfontein, Johannesburg
  10. George Bizos: Interview with Rupert Taylor and Aubrey Lekwane, 16 February 1998, Legal Resources Centre, Johannesburg
  11. Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert: Former Leader of the Opposition in the Whites-Only Parliament, and co-founder of Idasa interviewed by Rupert Taylor and Adam Habib, 24 March 1998, Johannesburg
  12. Dr Mamphela Ramphele interviewed by Rupert Taylor, 16 April 1998, Cape Town
  13. Beyers Naudé: former General-Secretary of the South African Council of Churches and before that Director of the Christian Institute interview with Rupert Taylor, 4 February 2000, Northcliff, Johannesburg
  14. Albie Sachs: SA Constitutional Court Judge interviewed by Rupert Taylor and Aubrey Lekwane, 24 March 1998, Johannesburg Constitutional Court