Comment & Analysis

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“A Stranger to Me Just Months Ago is Now My Brother”

How fostering forced me to reconsider the meaning of love.
By Tadhg Browne
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Analysis

Flagging Shortcomings, Welfare Candidate Leen Promises Change

Aisling Leen is running uncontested in the welfare race, focusing on sexual assault reporting and organised campaigns.
By Aoife Kearins
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Contribution

It’s Time to Talk about Vaccine Misconceptions

In light of the recent mumps outbreak in Trinity, Cillian Gartlan clears up the myths around vaccines and herd immunity.
By Cillian Gartlan
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Column

The Burkean’s Mission Has Changed. Conservatives Are Right to Worry

The Burkean's rebrand this year has been matched by an ominous shift away from conservatism and into populism, writes Matthew Murphy.
By Matthew Murphy
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Op-Ed

The Burkean Has Diverged from its Original Purpose and Crossed a Line

The publication has increasingly focused on radical right-wing-thought and alienated many of its original readers, writes Louis Hoffman.
By Louis Hoffman
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Théis Conspóid Idirnáisiúnta a Tharraingt, Tá Mary Robinson ag Seoladh an tSeachtain Ghlas

Baineann baint Robinson le conspóid Sheikha Latifa de cháil an bhreithiúnais atá aici.
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Tá Achomharc an Rialtais ar Chearta Ardoideachais Praiticiúil Seachas Bithiúnta

Tá an t-achomharc ar rialú na hArd-Chúirte ag iarraidh teacht roimh réiteach an bhealaigh dhlíthiúil.
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Editorial

Mary Robinson Just Courted International Controversy. Now She’s Launching Green Week

Robinson’s involvement in the Sheikha Latifa controversy undermines her reputation for sound judgement.
By The Editorial Board
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Editorial

The Government’s Right to Higher Education Appeal is Practical, Not Villainous

The appeal to September’s High Court ruling is likely an attempt to to preempt the opening of legal floodgates.
By The Editorial Board
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Contribution

Being a Young Person Today is Exhausting

Pressures from social media, work and college leave students burnt out, writes Faye Curran.
By Faye Curran