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From: Irish Foreign Affairs: Editorials
Date: December, 2017
By: Editorial
Title: Democracy
Where democracy is an “experiment”, it must always be in peril. Most of the democracies in the United Nations are externally imposed experiments.

Democracy was an ideal imposed upon the world by the handful of states that dominated the world in 1945 and organised it into the United Nations. There were at the outset two forms of democracy corresponding to the ideals of the two conflicting Powers that divided the world between them. There was Socialist Democracy and there was Capitalist Democracy. Each understood Democracy in terms that were conducive to the development of its own system.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: November, 2017
By: Anonymous
Title: Northern Ireland And Democracy
Northern Ireland is an empty formula: a Constitutional abstraction which does not reflect a political or social reality. It is transcendent. It exists beyond reality. In the reality of things, Northern Ireland today, as ever, exists in two incompatible parts.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2017
By: Editorial
Title: Northern Ireland, The End Of An Era?
Northern Ireland is without a Government at the moment. It has been without a Government since before the last British General Election. Or, to put it another way, the Northern Ireland region of the British state is being governed by the Government of the state and that is not what the State wants.
What the State wants is to have a subordinate Government in its Six County region—a Government which has no power of its own, but whose flimsy existence at Stormont helps to conceal the fact that the British system of government in its Northern Ireland region is, and always has been, essentially undemocratic.

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From: Church & State: Editorials
Date: October, 2017
By: Editorial
Title: The Reformation In Ireland
Did the Reformation fail in Ireland?

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From: Irish Foreign Affairs: Editorials
Date: September, 2017
By: Editorial
Title: John Bruton and the Balance – of – Power.
The pioneering nationalism of England, which made nationalism the norm of the modern world, cannot live contentedly within its own nationality. It must always be interfering with others for their own good, whether they welcome it or not, and whether it is good for them or not. And it has been doing this for so long, and so spectacularly, with five World Wars to its credit and hundreds of Small Wars, that it is doubtful whether it is something that would be capable of existing as itself in the way that most peoples do. The Times didn’t think so about 25 years ago.

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