Tuesday January 28, 2020

A Brexit-touting Trump is no friend to Ireland or the EU

The US President's repugnant bromance with Britain’s hardliners is steering us into dangerous waters

9th June, 2019

North America and Europe should see each other as friendly and supportive regional partner economies. Culturally, the two regions have common roots, and a conflict between them is unthinkable. The north Atlantic regional economic zone is, and will remain, the dominant economic force in world affairs.

That was not always so. Normandy in 1944 was the major starting point of America’s armed struggle to free Europe from tyranny and totalitarianism. Within three years, the faultline...

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