Post Tagged with: "Opinion"

Under pressure

Taking time to reflect, Irial Ó Ceallaigh looks at the scenarios Ireland may face in the coming years in light of the applying for funding from the IMF and European Union.

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Blood ban harks back to dark ages

Sean Bent questions the archaic logic behind some contentious Irish laws.

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How do you sell what nobody wants?

Irial Ó Ceallaigh ponders the tough task of economic recovery, and why ‘Big Society’ Britain seems popular while Tea Parties and violence dominate America and France respectively.

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The dangers of complacency

Alex Hayes questions whether China’s recent censorship of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiabo is an isolated case, or are other countries including Ireland guilty of human right violations.

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Waiting for the bus: Polling changes in Irish politics

Mark Khan looks back on the autumn political polls, and ponders on waiting for a bus all day when three come along all at once.

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Pseudo-Science wins the day at debate

Sean Bent critiques the outcome of a recent Philosoph debate, as alternative medicine proved a contentious topic.

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The more things change

Mark Khan looks back on a spring that saw a cultural change in Irish politics and a September that saw a reverse to type

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