Although not enough to combat an increasingly belligerent China, Australia’s purchase of eight nuclear-powered submarines is a step in the right direction towards security in the Indo-Pacific.
As international pressure grows to combat the increasing pervasiveness of major cyberattacks, an update to Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty requires urgent attention.
Taiwan, an island nation of just under 24 million inhabitants, acted early and aggressively to ensure that the pandemic did not stifle its people, its economy, or way of life.
China’s global encroachment represents an existential threat to the United States and international democracy. By displaying its support for Taiwan, the U.S. can push back against this threat on China’s doorstep.
So far Ireland has rejected the toxic political rhetoric of far-right nationalism and Euroscepticism – but elsewhere in Europe that populist dogma is spreading.
On November 15th, 2020, John Mooney of The Sunday Times reported in an online piece that Seán Ó Fearghaíl, Ireland’s Ceann Comhairle, the speaker of the lower house of Ireland’s parliament, has been accused of overstepping his remit by passing representations of a threatening nature on behalf of the Chinese government to his colleagues inContinue reading “As An Autonomous Nation, Ireland Must Not Be Intimidated by Foreign Aggressors”
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that Ireland is too reliant on single-source supply chains to sustain its economy during a crisis. It’s time to change that.
US recognition of Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan president, an action in stark contrast with the Trump administration’s typical anti-interventionist stance, should be treated with a healthy dose of skepticism to avoid pitfalls of the past.
A short thank you to Stan Lee, the face of Marvel Comics.
Using the campaign to Repeal the 8th as a blueprint for success, we can enact a real and comprehensive revision of our unfair housing system.