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From: Irish Foreign Affairs: Editorials
Date: September, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: The Ottoman Empire Dismembered
Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel, said that there were no Palestinian people. The trace of a semblance of truth in that statement is that the people living in Palestine did not wish to be cut off from the people living in Lebanon and Syria in order to live their own lives as a separatist nation.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: July, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: D-isinformation Day
Martin Wolf of the Financial Times wrote in the Irish Times on the anniversary of D-Day:

"One hundred years ago Europe's fragile order fell apart. Seventy years ago the democracies launched an assault on totalitarian Europe. Twenty-five years ago Europe became whole and free".

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: June, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: The Future of Labour
What contribution can the Labour Party make to the economic and social development of the country? That is the question the candidates for leader of the Labour Party must ask themselves. Going into the recent election the Labour Party presented itself as a defender of the social welfare budget against Fine Gael attacks. There is some truth in the claim, but the Government's insensitive handling of discretionary medical cards left the electorate unimpressed. Since Fine Gael has never claimed to be 'welfarist', it was always likely that the Junior Partner would suffer the most from the electorate's wrath.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: May, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: North And South
Theresa Villiers, who exercises the powers of the State in Belfast, wants to change the system of devolved local institutions over which she presides. She wants to "evolve" that system into a Government/Opposition system. She quotes Edmund Burke irrelevantly. He said: "A state without the means of change is without means of preservation". The quotation is irrelevant because the 6 Counties is not a state. The state in the North is Villiers herself, the Secretary of State. That the state has the means of change is demonstrated by its frequent changes of Government. There will be a new Secretary of State next year.

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From: Church & State: Editorials
Date: April, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: The End Of The European Dream
We have seen the end of the European dream—the European delusion of being a Great Power in world affairs.

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