Lucinda Creighton: It is time for both sides in the US to put a stop to the politics of hate
The violent events in the US Capitol Building on Wednesday will have shocked decent ‘Middle Americans’, and many who value democracy and the institutions of the state will desert Trump
The thugs who stormed the Capitol Building in Washington DC last week attacked the very heart of American democracy. They smashed windows and doors, invaded offices of elected officials, denigrated the American flag and openly threatened and attacked members of the police force and the National Guard.
This was nothing less than an attack on the constitutional fabric of the republic, and it was an attack that had been coming for a while. To observe...
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Noelle O’Connell: Why Michel Barnier is our European of the Year
European Movement Ireland honours the EU’s lead Brexit negotiator for his understanding, diplomacy and persistence
Comment: CETA offers us the hand-rolled cigarette of international investment law
Ireland uniquely positioned among EU members to reject international investment rules, and should 'just say no'
Comment: 2021 must be the year to fix higher education funding
Solving the sector’s funding problem has the potential not only to contribute to our post-pandemic recovery but to underpin the next decade and more of growth
Pascal Lamy: As America turns the page, the EU must sharpen its climate innovation edge
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