Ireland’s foreign relations
in Europeanisation and new patterns of governance in Ireland
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This chapter focuses on Ireland's foreign relations especially its place and role in international affairs. It explains that involvement in the European Union had a considerable influence on both the formulation and conduct of Ireland's foreign policy and illustrates how an established policy area was fundamentally affected and shaped by Europeanisation. This chapter looks at the adaptation and change that occurred in institutional structures and policy over the period since membership and evaluates the sources and degree of policy learning and adaptation.

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