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Fisheries in Ireland at time of EEC Accession

29 Sep 2009

Etain Doyle analyses the Fisheries Sector in Ireland around the time of Ireland’s accession to the EEC

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The New Parliamentary Majority

29 Sep 2009
Kevin explores the sustainable parliamentary majority that has not yet materialized. What are the driving forces that will shape this majority?

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EU Shuns Funds?

22 Sep 2009
One of the most controversial elements of the European Commission’s response to the financial crisis has just arrived in the European Parliament, ripe for criticism, debate and amendment.

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Commission’s Copenhagen Blueprint can Break the Deadlock

22 Sep 2009
The European Commission is often considered the de facto engine of international climate change negotiations. The Commission’s formal muscle comes from its ability to initiate legislation.

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One Big Idea about the Digital Future: the death of the centre and the future of business, politics and culture

22 Sep 2009
A grand narrative that encapsulates the sweep of digital change is now coming into view. The narrative is simple: The Death of the Centre and the Rise of the Networked Individual...

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Minister for Defence on Lisbon and Defence

21 Sep 2009

In a comprehensive interview, the Minister for Defence, Mr Willie O’Dea T.D. speaks on European Security and Defence and the Lisbon Treaty.

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David Cameron’s Open Europe Question

18 Sep 2009
Thirty years after Margaret Thatcher arrived in Downing Street, a newly confident Conservative Party is poised to take over again from a battered and unpopular Labour government.

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Irish MEPs call for a YES vote in the Lisbon Referendum

18 Sep 2009
Most of the country’s MEPs turned out in a show of unity to join the rallying call for Lisbon. They appealed to the Irish abroad to campaign for a yes vote in next month’s referendum.

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Climate change: a high priority for parliament

18 Sep 2009
The holidays are over. The European Parliament building was bustling last week with members hurrying to the first working meeting of their committees. Climate change is high on the Parliaments list of priorities. Parliamentarians quizzed Swedish Environment Minister on the forthcoming world conference in Copenhagen.

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Lehman Brothers one year on

15 Sep 2009
Peadar ó Broin looks at EU plans to reform the financial markets

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