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DCU ‘Astonished’ Over Georgian and Ukrainian Embassy Complaints About Course
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DCU ‘Astonished’ Over Georgian and Ukrainian Embassy Complaints About Course
April 29, 2021

Dublin City University says it is “astonished” over a complaint made by the Embassies of Georgia and Ukraine in Ireland about the university’s teaching of a course on the geopolitics of the Caucasus and Ukraine.

Tiny Ireland, Giant Canada and the Start of Avalanches
July 8, 2020

Change is coming in both Ottawa and Dublin, and its repercussions will be felt in Washington and London as well – very soon.

Tiny Ireland, Giant Canada and the Start of Avalanches
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Pseudo Trudeau’s Red-Faced Defeat to Ireland for Security Council Seat
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Pseudo Trudeau’s Red-Faced Defeat to Ireland for Security Council Seat
June 28, 2020

Trudeau now has the red-faced embarrassment of explaining why his country lost out to Ireland in obtaining a seat on the UN Security Council.

Irish Election Shock Another Nail in Coffin for United Kingdom
February 12, 2020

Sinn Fein is capitalizing on the electoral results to push for its long-coveted goal of full independence from Britain to create a united Ireland.

Irish Election Shock Another Nail in Coffin for United Kingdom
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How Nationalism Is Transforming the Politics of the British Isles
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How Nationalism Is Transforming the Politics of the British Isles
December 31, 2019

National identities and the relationship between England, Scotland and Ireland are changing more radically than at any time over the last century.

How Brexit Is Leading a Resurgent Irish American Influence in US Politics
August 7, 2019

Ireland finds itself in the midst of a transatlantic struggle between advocates of nationalism and globalisation.

How Brexit Is Leading a Resurgent Irish American Influence in US Politics
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Lithuania’s Diplomatic Hitman Takes Aim at Irish-Russian Relations
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Lithuania’s Diplomatic Hitman Takes Aim at Irish-Russian Relations
January 13, 2019

Linkevicius’ article in the Irish Times on December 17 was a diplomatic hit job, knowing that the paper is widely read by Irish representatives in the Brussels administration.

Brexit Underscores Case for a United Ireland
November 29, 2017

In many ways, the fate of post-Brexit Britain is now in the hands of the Irish. After centuries of being collateral damage for British political rulers, that makes for a certain poetic justice.

Brexit Underscores Case for a United Ireland
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