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# peace-keeping - Wednesday 18 May, 2016

Emotional scenes as 190 Irish troops return home after 6 months in Lebanon Big Welcome This post contains images

Emotional scenes as 190 Irish troops return home after 6 months in Lebanon

One soldier was meeting his 10-week-old daughter for the first time.

# peace-keeping - Wednesday 22 January, 2014

Poll: Should Ireland be involved in an EU army? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Ireland be involved in an EU army?

Gerry Adams has said an EU army will eventually be created and that it would threaten Ireland’s neutrality if we were involved in its missions.

# peace-keeping - Thursday 21 March, 2013

Ireland committed to Partnership for Peace but has no plans to join NATO - Shatter

The Justice Minister’s statement followed recent comments by the Secretary General of Nato, who “warmly welcomed” the prospect of Ireland becoming more involved in future Nato projects.

# peace-keeping - Thursday 14 March, 2013

President’s St Patrick’s Day message: ‘It’s time to reflect on our shared past’

Michael D Higgins says it is a time to reflect on our shared past, celebrate Ireland’s unique culture and heritage, and show our gratitude to all those who have been of assistance to Irish people at home and abroad.