Phil Hogan has based his entire political career on pragmatism. If he takes tips from Jean-Claude Juncker on diplomacy, his years as EU trade commissioner could be very successful
Boris Johnson has asked British civil servants to examine the feasibility of a bridge between Scotland and the North - a distance of at least 19 kilometres, over very deep water. Is this achievable, or is it pure lunacy?
Uncertainty reigns and preparations for a no-deal Brexit are full steam ahead as events in Westminster alarm continental observers
The latest SBP/Red C poll shows Micheál Martin’s eight years in opposition may be coming to an end at the next election
Irish Refugee Council seeks meeting with Galway West TD in wake of controversial remarks
Latest poll shows extent of electorate’s fear of no-deal Brexit: 47% favour Varadkar to lead the country through the crisis
Boost for party leader Micheál Martin and Green wave continues
At its founding in the aftermath of World War II, the United Nations was conceived above all as the guardian of a rules-based multilateral order that would ensure peace. Today, the UN must play a more active guardianship role – and help prevent another costly and potentially catastrophic superpower conflict