Lucinda Creighton: Perfection cannot be the enemy of the good when it comes to securing our energy supplies
In this time of uncertainty and war, objections to a proposed liquified natural gas terminal in Co Kerry are unsustainable
The shock of so many at the decision of Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine betrayed a naivety born of decades of relative peace in Europe. The fact that no major conflict has affected the major countries of Europe since World War II allowed most citizens and politicians to believe it would ever be thus.
When US and British intelligence agencies warned of an imminent invasion of Ukraine, they were dismissed as being either melodramatic or ...