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Friday 20 November, 2020

Opinion: 'Thatcher dismissed FitzGerald's proposals but later said she could do business'

The Anglo-Irish Agreement is 35 years old this month. Mike Chinoy charts how the work of two professors shaped that agreement and laid the ground for the peace process.

Tuesday 18 August, 2020

'Controversy over rubber bullets isn't new - I watched an RUC officer fire one point blank at Sean Downes'

The UN has said these ‘less-lethal’ weapons should be used as a last resort, but this is often not the case, Mike Chinoy writes.

Sunday 1 March, 2020

Opinion: Kevin Boyle - the Irishman who took on the Ayatollah

Lawyer Kevin Boyle found himself placed “in the perilous front lines of the emerging clash between Islamic extremism and western liberal democracy”, writes Mike Chinoy.