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Micheál Martin to make last trip as Taoiseach today at EU-ASEAN leaders summit in Brussels
The Taoiseach said that Southeast Asia is a key partner for the EU on tackling climate change and global security.
Tom Clonan: There is now little chance of a Russian breakthrough in Ukraine
The security analyst says Putin’s tactics are failing and the international community must work hard to bring a peaceful end to the conflict.
Remember what our soldiers told the Snake Island ship? That's how I feel reading calls for us to capitulate
Ukrainian writer and journalist Polina Bashkina has made her home in Ireland in recent months – she says her nation is physically incapable of giving up.
Tom Clonan: Only Putin knows how far he is willing to go to win his futile war in Ukraine
The security analyst assesses Putin’s use of nuclear power as a weapon of war.
Malcolm Byrne: We need a TV leaders' debate on Ireland's foreign policy
The Fianna Fáil senator says war in Ukraine has shown how international events truly affect us here and it’s time party leaders debated the issues.
Debate Room: Charlie Flanagan and Richard Boyd Barrett debate Ireland's neutrality
As war rages in Ukraine, the question of Ireland’s place in the world as a neutral voice for peace is under the spotlight.
'We saw things no family should ever see': Irish aid worker meets refugees at the border
Concern’s Kieran McConville meets the refugees telling their stories of heartbreak and survival.