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Opinion: Of all the member states, Ireland would be the most affected if the UK opted to leave the EU
What is the likelihood of the UK leaving the European Union… and what would it mean for Ireland if it did?
Opinion: Big Phil wasn't the best option for Europe... it should have been Lucinda
Creighton could be a better fit for the role of a European Commissioner, while Hogan looks likely to receive a small portfolio.
Column: A divided EU will embolden Putin
The lack of consensus amongst EU member states over the annexation of Crimea will prove costly for the EU, writes David Moloney.
Absolut are throwing the party of the year this April
ABSOLUT X promises to be a one-of-a-kind party coming to Dublin this April, headlined by world renowned DJ Denis Sulta.
Column: The fight for the future of Ukraine is not over – not by a long shot
The deal struck between the government and opposition in Ukraine is a win for the EU … but Russia is not out of the fight, David Moloney.
Column: Will Kenny finish the job he started as a 'reforming' leader in Brussels?
If Enda Kenny seeks the position of either President of the European Council or head of the European Commission, he could achieve great things for Ireland and Europe, writes David Moloney.
Column: The EU’s Eastern Partnership in tatters – is a fresh energy strategy the answer?
The creation of a vibrant renewable energy sector would not only give the EaP countries energy independence, it would also reduce Russian political interference in their affairs, writes David Moloney.
Column: The EU seems just as interested in your data as the NSA
Searching questions need to be asked over what type of data the EU retains – and what it does with this data, writes David Moloney.
Column: Europe needs a new approach to illegal immigration
Restoring fiscal health to the eurozone remains a serious challenge, but the EU must nevertheless find a solution to its illegal immigration crisis to prevent further tragedies, writes David Moloney.
Column: What do the results of the German election mean for Ireland and Europe?
David Moloney breaks down the results of the 2013 German federal election, focusing on what kind of impact it will have on the wider eurozone economy – and, specifically, on Ireland’s corporation tax.