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Beware the dangerous paranoia about China and Russia

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Imagine if Iran, the Peoples’ Republic of China, and Russia suddenly announced a military pact to counter Boris Johnson which would involve the building of 12 nuclear submarines, with the contract for building said submarines being awarded to the smallest of the three, Iran.

Should our Army be involved in what is happening in Mali?

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“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy,” Henry Kissinger once said, and any objective reader of Signal, the magazine of the Irish Commissioned Officers Association, might find it hard to disagree.

Dáil Éireann returns to familiar surroundings as Budget 2022 awaits October unveiling

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All-Ireland quest continues for Mayo as political parties plan for the future with ‘think in’ gatherings

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More than 2,000 Galwegians still waiting for passport applications to be processed

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A total of 2,268 Galwegians are still waiting for their passport applications to be processed as the passport service deals with the Covid backlog and the recent surge in applications.

‘The world cannot turn away from what is happening in Israel-Palestine’

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The current upsurge in violence in Israel-Palestine which includes civilian deaths, the destruction of homes, and even forms of ethnic cleansing, “will not be solved” if the world turns away, and “lets the cycle of violence, oppression, and destruction continue”.

Cantec Group to launch Brexit Customs Clearance Software as declarations head past 20 million mark

As this first quarter in a post-Brexit era comes to a close, it has inevitably played host to a significant increase in challenges affecting Irish businesses and the trade relationship between Ireland and the UK as a result of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union on December 31st.

International Women’s Day aptly recognised as Royal family debacle plays out in public

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Prevailing thought of hope emanates as Christmas adverts give cause for festive glow

It seems the note this week for all those who write, those who listen and those who talk is one of hope.

US President transition now in motion as possible easing of Covid-19 restrictions awaits

I am sure that many of you have heard the name of Edmund Davis. I had not heard of him until I read it somewhere last week. He was the Governor of Texas who lost the election in 1873. He refused to accept the result, and he barricaded himself in the State Capital, where he and his allies accessed entry each day by ladders. I had thought that that was the way Donald Trump was going to deal with Joe Biden.

 

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