Articles about:

Ireland Elections

The Impact of the Irish ‘Non-Brexit’ Election

By Kevin Cunningham / 13 February, 2020

While Brexit was a non-issue in the Irish general election, considerable challenges emerge from it.

Read More

Ireland – a swing to the Left and a Labour Party left behind

By Chloe Manahan / 13 February, 2020

Sinn Féin captured the Zeitgeist and demonstrated that conservative instincts to dilute radical policies with moderate messaging no longer works.

Read More

General Election 2020 and Ireland’s new normal

By David Kitching / 13 February, 2020

The results of the Irish Election invite comparisons to a political earthquake, but a brief look at recent history tells a more multi-layered story.

Read More

Ireland: Clash between the official narrative of the economy and the lived reality of people’s lives

By Ivana Bacik / 12 February, 2020

Fine Gael had been telling the public for several years now that the economy was improving – and yet people were clearly not feeling that.

Read More
Scroll to Top