Stephen Kinsella: Ireland must focus on mitigating the external risks to our economy
Tiny states like Ireland are affected by events like what could have happened in the Netherlands far more than they affect them
I’m writing this from Groningen, a beautiful city in the Netherlands with one of the world’s oldest universities. Groningen’s buildings still bear the scars of World War II, and it is a place where learning and culture combine easily.
The contrast between what people are saying on the ground in Groningen and what you can read in the international press is, frankly, astounding. For the international press, the Dutch...
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