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Enabling Digital Ireland

Microsoft Ireland hosted a round table discussion on how to enable ‘Digital Ireland’ and how benchmarking can identify Ireland’s strengths and weaknesses in its journey to become a leading digital nation. Can...

The outsider

Former PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris has successfully completed a rigorous selection process to become the new Commissioner of An Garda Síochána. It is the first time that an ‘outsider’, someone...

A tale of two economies

Financial journalist Paul Gosling assesses the emerging contrasts between the two economies on the island of Ireland and analyses the three major economic arguments that are put forward against Irish reunification. The...

Border connections

Infused with his own maps and photography, Garrett Carr’s The Rule of the Land: Walking Ireland’s Border details journeys by foot and canoe along the entirety of the 499 km-long border on...

Thirsting for certainty

With 35 per cent of Irish food and drink exports going to the UK and a further 33 per cent destined for the EU via the UK land bridge, eolas assesses the...

Trump, Brexit and Europe

Speaking at the MacGill Summer School, Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development reflects on the post-Brexit era of “populism, polarization and political poison” facing Ireland in the context of...

Northern Ireland after Brexit: ready or not?

As the battle to avoid a chaotic exit intensifies, how ready is Northern Ireland for a future outside the EU? University College Cork’s Mary C Murphy writes. The October European Council Summit...

British Brexit advice: just ask Dublin

As the British Government releases technical notes on the implications of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, Irish traders and businesses owners are again faced with the definitive ‘word of the day’: uncertainty. eolas...