Molly Kavanagh examines the existence, or lack thereof, of “cancel culture” through the lens of #MeToo, JK Rowling and Phil Hogan.
The European Union agreed to a landmark deal in this week’s summit, which includes mutualisation of debt. However, this does not tell the whole story.
The COVID-19 situation in the US is getting worse, but the White House is more concerned with imaginary enemies of the people and Dr Anthony Fauci.
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Ireland is a free society – but people are still afforded different levels of freedom based on their reliance on the state or lack thereof. This article looks at two aspects which are suggestive of this.
A look at Joe Biden’s chances in the upcoming Presidential election in November, an outline of the voters he needs to convince, and a consideration of his need to differentiate himself from Obama and the pre-Trump status quo.
The reaction of the Irish far-right to the assault of a 17-year-old boy in Carrigaline, Co. Cork on Saturday night should be enough to put paid to the fallacy that Ireland does not have a problem with racism
It’s not about getting things for ‘free’. It’s about treating our asylum seekers with a sense of dignity and respect that the majority of Irish society takes for granted.
The United States has faced days of mass demonstrations and civil unrest across the country following the death of 46-year old African American man George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25th, writes John Hunter.
Luc O’Leary considers the prevalence of racism and police misconduct in Ireland’s present and recent past, and stresses the importance of engendering a high level of vigilance regarding both of these issues.
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