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The global island
Ireland in a changed Union
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This chapter examines Irish foreign policy and the EU. This includes discussion of the security debates around the EU’s near neighbourhood and the EU’s changing security outlook, arguing that “hard choices are coming into view” for Ireland. It also assesses the impact of Brexit on Ireland’s international stance, noting the former importance of the UK as a close partner for Ireland within the EU and analysing the subsequent attempts to shore up Ireland’s foreign policy.

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