Category: Ireland

Yanis Varoufakis: A pressing question for Ireland before Monday’s meeting on Greece

The pressing question our Irish friends must answer is this: is it more likely that the euro zone will become a better union to belong to if Greece is thrown to the wolves, despite the type of proposals tabled at Thursday’s eurogroup meeting?

Laura Flanders: From Belfast to Baltimore Bad Police Tactics Spread. So can Justice.

Like a bad movie, bad police tactics spread the globe

Various Contributors: Build an Active, Democratic, Principled Left

The anti-water charges movement, which has seen hundreds of thousands mobilise and become active in campaigning, has transformed politics in this country

Guardian staff: Tens of thousands march through Dublin

Irish government’s austerity measure has sparked widespread public anger, with Saturday’s street protest the fourth since October

Sarah Lazare: Tens of Thousands Flood Dublin Demanding Abolition of Austerity Tax On Water

‘We refuse to be bullied and intimidated into acquiescence’

Rosa Gilbert: Britain’s history of torture in Northern Ireland

CIA torture revelations direct our focus to the inhumanity of the US government, but the British state has set important precedents in Northern Ireland

Richard: Right2Water and Podemos

For those who hope for a democratisation of Irish society, this mass repoliticisation ought to be the best thing to happen in years. At any rate, optimistic engagement trumps pessimistic dismissal

Michael Deas: Ireland’s biggest food retailer drops Israeli produce

European boycotts surge

Helena Sheehan: Does Ireland Need a New Left Party?

We are involved in a colossal class struggle and we are not winning

Kellie O'Dowd: ‘Peace will bring prosperity’: Northern Ireland’s big lie?

Feminist and trades union activists are leading the fight back against neoliberal economic policies in Northern Ireland

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